The display of your company page will not be affected by the privacy settings on your personal profile.
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. 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 accounts together is your email address; if you use the same email for both profiles, then emails sent to one address will appear in the other.
This separation is important because what you post about yourself online may affect how people view you as a company. For example, if you make derogatory posts about another company, they could decide not to do business with you. Likewise, what you say about yourself can influence how people feel about your products or services. If you make negative posts about yourself or your organization, others might think less of it too.
You can also use the additional space provided by your personal profile to link to other websites, add extra information, and so on. This can all help bring more traffic to your company page from other sources besides friends.
Finally, you can choose to make some content exclusive to one account or the other. For example, you could post an update on both pages but highlight different items in the post (such as photos or videos). People reading either page would see everything included in the update but they'd know which company it was associated with.
No, you cannot build a company page on Facebook unless it is linked to a personal profile. The good news is that, while your personal profile and business page appear to be tightly linked, only you can see that link. Facebook recognizes them as two distinct entities. Thus, they can have different usernames and passwords.
However, if you want people to find your company page when they search for it, then it's best to use the correct spelling of your name across both profiles. Also, don't use all caps when typing out profile names; this only serves to make them harder to find.
Finally, make sure that you only add relevant information to each profile. If you add your business address to your personal profile, for example, others will not be able to find you if they need help with their problems. They will only find your personal address instead.
So, yes, you can create a company page without linking it to your personal account. However, if you want to be found by others who are looking for your company, then you should also create a proper profile for yourself as well. This way, you won't miss out on any opportunities that come your way.
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.
This takes you to a new page with a stacked menu down the left side where you may modify the majority of the aspects of your Facebook profile. We'll only need to look at two of these choices to make your profile private: privacy and profile and tagging. You can also hide all posts from certain users by selecting them and clicking the hidden option below that box.
The first thing you want to do is go into your settings and change the status update setting to either "only me" or "only friends". This will allow people to find your profile if they know your email address or user name but not publicly via Google searches or other methods.
After doing this, go back into your profile and click on the little icon next to profile information. Here you will see several options including Tagging. Click on this tag option and you will be presented with a list of every person who has tagged you in a post. You can remove tags here too if you would like others to only see posts made by friends or family.
Finally, go back into your settings and make sure that no apps are allowed to access your account. This is important because many applications will still be able to contact you via Facebook even when you set your profile to private. However, they will not be able to read your status updates or see your photos unless you give them permission.
It isn't. A personal page must be the owner of a business page. It is not feasible. You may deactivate the Facebook app and access the page via the Pages Manager app, eliminating the need to access your company page via your personal profile.
If you don't want others to be able to locate you (your profile, posts, content, or personal information) on search engines, you may make yourself virtually invisible with a few clicks. If you're ready to investigate your security choices and settings, you have complete control over what occurs with your Facebook page.
The first thing to understand is that there are two types of privacy settings on Facebook: public and private. Public means that anyone can view the post, while private means that only people you approve can see the post. It's important to note that anything you post on Facebook is public; this includes photos, videos, links, and status updates. Even if you change the visibility of an item after posting it will still be public until you delete it.
With that out of the way, here are some techniques for making yourself virtually invisible:
Hide Your Profile: This option is available under Account Settings/Privacy. Hiding your profile will prevent other users from finding your page in Search or via personalized ads. However, those who know your email address or user name will still be able to find you.
Change Your Username: This option is available under Account Settings/Privacy. You can use the User Name field to create a new identity for yourself. Users will then be unable to find your original profile using only their username. However, if they know your old username they can find your new one easily.
Every page, as far as I understand it—which is usually a little hazy given how frequently Facebook changes things—must be linked to a personal profile. You may, however, use Facebook's privacy settings to restrict access to your personal profile. Click the down arrow in the upper right corner, then Settings, and finally Privacy. Here you can decide who has access to your profile and post any information that might not otherwise be public.