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Regarding people not being able to find in in the Facebook search, that is a common issue.At this point in time (March 2013) Facebook is changing its search function so how it functions today, and functions in a couple of months will vary.Thanks to your suggestion I found that I had a country restriction set…. Reply Nothing can compare the anonymity and excellence of prxy servers that are exclusive.

Since we get this Facebook question so much, we thought we’d address it here to help others.

If people need to log in, in order to see your Facebook page, then your page settings have been set with restrictions and it’s not a public page. We’re talking about Facebook Business Pages, not personal profiles.

However, I believe you can find your page, it’s just that when you enter NGO in the search box in Facebook it doesn’t show up. One reason is that their search function isn’t great, also they are changing their search function moving to social graph and that’s going to have an effect on the results. It seems weird to me, sometimes I can see without being logged in, other times, not at all. Thanks David Reply FB is always changing how they do things.

If you’re Facebook page is well optimized by having a filled out “about” page, link to your website, you post regularly, you have more than a handful of fans, you’ve got some engagement on the page etc…. (2) Feel free to leave the link to your Facebook page so we can take a quick look (3) These days (and this can change again any day – since Facebook is always changing how it functions) But, these days Facebook is wanting people to be logged-in, in order to view a Facebook page. The best choice is to follow best practices, and be sure you don’t have any settings checked that will limit your audience unnecessarily. I have a url that is three words when I went to set it up fb would not allow me to put spaces so I set up Inthecove.

It is crazy how fast they make big changes like this! I tried everything in the edit settings, still asking me to login – and went to see if big names were affected, they all are! I am sure there is something silly I have not done but havent figured it out yet. Very helpful information particularly the final part I deal with such information a lot.

Any help would be great Cheers Andrew Reply A couple of things: (1) If you are logged in to Facebook and still can’t access or see your page, that’s a problem. I was looking for this particular information for a very long time. Reply HI there, Did they change it back so that you can make your Facebook page completely public to anyone with the need to be logged in?

At this time (July 2013) click on “Edit Page” at the top of the page, then the “Edit Settings” option in the drop down menu.

Reply I could not figure out why one of my Facebook business pages was not public.

If you’re not sure if your FB page is viewable to the general public, then : Go to Facebook, check to see if your logged in, and if so just click on the drop-down menu next to “Home” on the right hand side, scroll down and click logout.

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