Facebook Pages provide public personalities, corporations, and other organisations with a Facebook presence that is not linked to an individual profile. Unless the page owner chooses to make the admins public, the accounts behind such pages are anonymous. This means they can create or post content without fear of legal action from their real-life identity.
Every company page must be linked to a personal Facebook profile, but all information placed there—posts, comments, images, updates, and so on—is separate. On your personal profile, you can mention any of the company pages for which you are an administrator. To add or delete pages, click the edit button in the Pages box.
By default, you may always create a page anonymously. That is the objective of establishing a Facebook company page. If you have a personal account and want to post content about yourself or your organization, you can do so using that account. Otherwise, any content you post on a public page will be considered public information that could be used by others in marketing materials or other ways.
As with any social media platform, using Facebook correctly requires some understanding of how people use these tools to benefit themselves and their businesses. As long as you follow the guidelines provided by Facebook, no one will know that you created a page unless you choose to reveal this information.
If there is a massive data breach on Facebook, having an anonymous account may keep you from being a victim of fraud. Because you did not use your actual name to create your Facebook account, the possibilities of your personal information falling into the wrong hands are reduced.
Also if you need to send out a confidential message to one or more friends, you can do so anonymously by creating a fake profile with only some of your contacts allowed to see it. When you're done sending the message, you can delete your fake profile again without worrying about someone finding out about your secret communication.
Finally, if you have an account that appears to be associated with another person or their business, you should probably get in touch with them about this. They may not mind as long as you're not spamming people - just letting them know that you are in fact not who they think you are can help prevent any issues down the road.
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Unless you explicitly transfer information across the sites, anything on your personal profile will not display on your company page and vice versa. The only thing that links the two profiles is your name; if one of your names disappears, then the other one will also disappear.
This is why it's important to maintain both pages. If you have a personal profile with information you don't want others to see, change the privacy settings. And if you have a company page with information you don't want to appear on your personal page, delete it.
Finally, remember that both pages represent you and your brand, so keep this in mind when creating content for them. If you post something on one page that you wouldn't want to appear on the other, delete it first before posting it on either page.
Facebook has eliminated the option for users to remain anonymous while doing internet searches. This means that everyone who searches for your name will be able to see that you have a Facebook account. However, they can still search without revealing their identity.
While you must have a Facebook account to build a Facebook business page, you may avoid having a personal profile that all of your friends can search for. Build a new account on Facebook's site with your company email address to create a Facebook page without a personal Facebook account. Then, link this page to your company website.