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How to Merge Two Facebook Pages

A few days ago we discussed what we had to do to convert a personal profile on Facebook into a corporate page and today we are going to answer another question that you have recently sent us: how to merge two Facebook pages to have one.

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A few days ago we discussed what we had to do to convert a personal profile on Facebook into a corporate page and today we are going to answer another question that you have recently sent us: how to merge two Facebook pages to have one.

The first thing to keep in mind is that, in order to merge two Facebook pages, it is necessary to comply with the following requirements:

“The merging of Facebook pages is an action that can not be undone.”

First, you must be an administrator of the two pages in order to merge them. If you are only an administrator of one of them, you will not be able to do it.

In addition, your pages must have a similar name and represent the same (your business, a musical group, an association …).

This will also help the two pages have been registered with the same physical address (if it is a business with physical location). If the address did not match, you could not merge your two pages into one.

If you fulfill the requirements that we have indicated, you will only have to go to the address facebook.com/pages/merge to be able to merge your pages.

Once there, you must select which of the pages -of which you are an administrator- you want to merge and click on “continue”. Done this, click on “request merger”.

If you met all the requirements, your pages will be merged. However, if you fail to merge the pages, it means that the pages can not be merged for any reason. If the option to request the merging of your pages appears, Facebook will review your request.

Please note that if the pages can be merged, all likes and visits will be combined, but the publications, photos, opinions, ratings and username will be removed from the merging page.

On the contrary, the page you want to keep will not be modified; Only the likes and visits that have been merged from the other page will be added.

The page you do not keep will be removed from Facebook and you will not be able to undo the merger, so think twice before making the decision to merge two pages.

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