Skip to main content

How to transfer ownership of a Facebook Page?

Mergers and Acquisitions makes business world dynamic. The largest example to this I have seen when Marissa Mayer joined Yahoo Inc. The girl is really rocking with her excellent business strategies.

Today most of the businesses have Facebook Page for company / organization. When someone acquires a business, owner also wants to get control on Facebook Page so as to take old customers along. Here is how to transfer Facebook Page ownership.



  • Add the new owner as your Facebook Friend or ask to like the company page.
  • Go to company page >> Click Settings on the top.
  • Along the left hand rail click on Page Role.
  • If new owner is your friend type name in the empty box, below set role as Admin. Click Save. Enter your password. Now new owner has same permission to play with Facebook company page as you.
  • Again Go to Page >> Settings >> Page Role. You can see the new owner as well as your name. Against your name click X. Now you don’t have permission to manage the same page. It will go away from your profile completely. New owner can also do the same once you assigned the Admin role. 

Now Facebook Company page fully belongs to new owner of the business.

Before you do, write a Facebook post, so your followers, customers and friends know, hands are changing. This is essential step to ensure the safety of your loyal customers because of whom you made profit selling this business.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

How to brand your coaching business

Coaching institutes are one of the significant entity in business world. In India there are cities known for coaching centers like New Delhi, Kolakata, Mumbai, Kota, Trivandrum, Hyderabad, Guwahati, Chandigarh etc. List is huge. In major cities there are top banners those advertise at a very very very large scale. Then  there are mid sized those hire teachers while main boss sits behind the enclosures, then there are individuals who teach self and also hire some teachers basede on requirements. I have seen many coaching centers opening and closing gates in a few months and years. Normally common reasons cited are, students are not coming to us or we have faculty crunch or we don't have advertising budget, not making profits.
If you are going to open a coaching center or already have one its simple you mean to earn money and you need head counts, you need good teacher who work for less pay, this is undeniable fact. But did you ever thought what students need, what parents expect a…

5 points to consider when starting Solopreneurship

A solopreneur is not an entrepreneur. Sorry being honest. A Solopreneur is entrepreneur in the making. So when starting a business SOLO you need to know many things. How many things and what exactly cannot be said in a page. Answers varies in accordance with circumstances. However, here are 5 things everyone should know when starting a business alone.

1. Market
Whatever you are supposed to do or sell, study its market size. Meet people, interact, know, since how long they are in this business. What they think, how will be market for the said business, product or service. If it will rise, go steady or fall.
2. Mentor
YOU WILL FAIL. Not only one, two or three times but many times. Do you know someone who will help you in downtime or when going for expansion. Ideally, mentors do not work for you, hiring a mentor is not cheap, also they are less available human commodity. Start searching right away till you find one.
3.Time
Doing business is 10 times more tiring than doing a…