How to Find Your Facebook Page Followers List
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When you're responsible for the the Administration or Moderation of a Facebook Page, it is vital to keep track of Followers. The analytics section provided by the hard-working folks at Facebook is a great way to track numbers and stats, but what about when you need to actually see who those people are? Their names and faces?
It used to be easy to do this; a quick link on your Page would take you straight to the list. But, when Facebook got all sophisticated with the stats and graphs, that list link vanished. Luckily, we still have the ability to see the list of Page Followers. It's a little more involved to get to that list, but this quick tutorial will to help you get there and get business done efficiently.
Click on the "Settings" link at the top right-hand corner of your Page. This will take you to the secure area where you do your administrative duties.
Click the "People and Other Pages" button in the left column of your screen. This will bring you to the full list of everyone who likes your Page, including names, profile pictures, and a link to their personal profiles.
From There ....
Once you've accessed this list, you can:
- Assign someone on that list an administrative role (Admin, Editor, Moderator, Advertiser, or Analyst);
- Remove someone from your Page (forcing them to "unLike" your Page);
- Ban someone from your Page; and
- Visit their profile to find out what other things they like so you can better tailor your posts.
© 2015 Rosa Marchisella
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