When you are starting a business or website, the first thing you might think to do is to buy the domain so you can lock it in before anyone else does. What you might not think about doing though (but should) is to also snag your social media account domains (including a custom URL for your Facebook page). Read on to find out the importance of getting a custom Facebook URL, how to set it up and what to use for your custom URL.
Let’s say you create a Fan Page and your business merges with another one. Or let’s say one of your business locations closes and you want to transfer those fans over to your primary business page. You’ve spent years building up your fan base and the last thing you want to do is alienate the people who you worked so hard to earn the trust and loyalty of. A great tip that Facebook doesn’t really publicize that much is how to merge 2 or more Facebook pages with one another. Here you will find written step-by-step instructions and a video tutorial on how to merge Facebook Pages. Since Facebook is constantly changing their policies and procedures we don’t know how long this feature will last but let’s use it while we’ve got it.