Whatever the reason you are running a Facebook page, you need exposure, right? Unless you are promoting a well known brand, you're having to pay Facebook in order for your business/brand to have a reasonable audience reach - is that so? If yes, read on!
Who can see my stuff? A common question people ask is how they can control who sees the updates, pictures, videos and other information they post on Facebook. Here I've put together a step by step guide to finding and adjusting your privacy settings, for both your default post privacy, and on a post by post basis.
Did you know you can review all of your activity of Facebook? Activity log details everything you've posted, shared, liked and commented on, in a month by month timeline. You can: unlike posts you've liked delete comments you've made review the privacy settings of the posts you've liked and commented on untag yourself from posts hide posts from your timeline adjust the privacy settings of your own posts Search specific names and phrases within your activity
Who can see my stuff? Sometimes your circumstances change and you may feel concerned about the visibility of posts you've made to Facebook in the past. This can easily be changed!