On Facebook according to their rules if you own a business and want to promote your business you must first set up a profile page for a specific individual (not a business) then you create a page off that profile for the business.
Next step get people to become fans of the page so they can see the updates you post there.
Question, if you make an update on this "business page" attached to your profile who sees the updates, just the fans of that specific page or everyone who is your friend on Facebook. I thought I knew the answer to this, but it isn't clear. The business page is attached to the profile and the profile has 300 friends, but the business page only has 54 fans. I can see the updates from the business page in the stream of updates, but does everyone who is friends with that person also see it?
Only fans of that page can see updates. As a page admin, your friends will not see updates posted on your page unless they "like" the page (are fans).
I suspected that, but I saw my own updates in my stream so I wondered if all of my friends also saw it as well, but then I am also a fan of my own page so it would make sense I see the feed updates like you were saying. Thanks for the info.