Facebook Page Merge
Facebook page merge is a very important process for big brands. With the merger of Facebook pages, the previous pages and the new page are the combination of followers and likes. Facebook page merging is done for 2 reasons. First, there may be more than one page opened with the same name. The other reason is the merging of the same brand pages opened with different transactions.
Your business may have a facebook page that you don’t know about. In this case, it may give an error when you want to create a new page. Page merging allows your fans and customers to congregate in one spot. It gives you more control over your marketing.
Facebook page merge when you have another page
If you’ve found one or more pages with your business name, you’ll need to claim ownership for each page. For Facebook account merging, you must follow these steps:
- Go to the lower left corner of the Facebook business page. Click the 3-dot (…) button to the right of where it says “Like,” “Follow,” “Posts.”
Scroll down and click on the “Report Page” option.
- Click where it says “I think it’s an unauthorized use of my intellectual property” and click the submit tab.
- You will be redirected to the Violation or Violation Reporting page. You will be presented with 2 options: Copyright or Trademark. Click on copyright infringement if you are not a trademark. After making your selection, click the Submit button at the bottom right of the page.
- In the next selection, choose the option that best suits your scenario and click the submit tab.
If you can’t merge your pages, it means your pages are not eligible to be merged. When you request to merge your pages, Facebook will review your request. If the merge request is approved, the posts, photos, reviews, ratings and username on the merged page will be deleted.