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Noob questions about facebook pages and community pages
cmendla

10+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 4282651 posted 7:42 pm on Mar 16, 2011 (gmt 0)

Hi

I set up a page for a an org that has students. What we are seeing is that previous students show things like

- a student at #*$! (university)
- a student at the #*$! (university)
- and several other variations thereof
- an employee at #*$! (company)

The community pages say "Community Pages are not affiliated with, or endorsed by, anyone associated with the topic." That would seem to indicate that we cannot control those pages.

I'm trying to wrap my head around what we need to do with the community pages.

Other than advertising on the regular website and notices throughout the organization, how do we push people to the page we created.

I'm hoping the admins will allow me to be specific in saying 'school'. The organization is unique in that it has students, customers (clinic clients) and employees.

Also, the name I chose for the page was an acronym of the organization, not the full organization name. It seemed that there was either a page already with the full name of the org or that the pages would not let us set up under a full name. Is this a problem or is there any way to set a page up under the full name. ?


Thanks in advance for any pointers.

chris

 

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