Because our example is the TechJunkie Facebook page, we hope you reconsider your decision. Finally, here's how to discover who follows your Facebook page: Click the "Account" option at the top-right corner of any Facebook page.
The Facebook Support Team If you've given someone permission to follow you, you may view a list of your followers by navigating to your profile, clicking Friends underneath your cover photo, and then choosing Followers. You won't see this option if you don't have any followers.
The Facebook Help Center If you want to know exactly how many people follow you, ask them first. Then, go to your Profile settings page and click on the About section. Here, you can see all the people who are following you.
The Facebook Help Center: It's also possible that some apps you use with Facebook might be counting your followers as well. For example, Google+ only shows the number of people who have "liked" a post or commented on an image. It doesn't include people who have simply followed you.
If you want to make sure, there are two ways to do it. First, visit www.facebook.com/help/168077394057988 and look under the heading "Is it possible to find out the number of friends I have?". This will take you to a page with a form where you can submit your email address. Once we receive it, we'll send you an email with your requested information.
If you've given someone permission to follow you, you may view a list of your followers by navigating to your profile, clicking Friends underneath your cover photo, and then choosing Followers.
If you want to stop people from following you, click the down arrow next to your email address in the sidebar, select Block, and then confirm with your decision. This will stop anyone who is not already following you from doing so.
On a Facebook page, you may view two types of data on your followers. The first is an aggregate data source that may be found in your Insights panel. Navigate to your Facebook page while logged in as a page-role account. Click on the small arrow next to the "Insights" label and select View As. In the resulting screen, you'll find information about your audience such as their age distribution, gender makeup, countries they're located in, and more.
The second type of data source available on Facebook pages is the activity log. This log shows what actions users take on your page, such as likes or comments. It can also show whether or not your users have clicked on any of your app's ads. The activity log is accessible through the same menu path as the audience data source - click on the small arrow next to the "Insights" label and select Activity Log. This panel will display all the actions taken on your page over time.
You must be a page administrator to access this information. If you are not sure if you are an administrator for a given page, contact the page owner directly via email.
To view detailed information about individuals in your audience, link your account with a third-party social media management tool. Only these tools can provide information about users' interests, recent activities, and other data that may not be available to page administrators themselves.
To get a comprehensive list of all the individuals who follow you, select Followers at the right-end of the tab panel beneath the Friends heading. Hover over the More tab beneath Friends if you don't see the Followers tab. It will bring up a drop-down menu, where you may discover the "Followers" option. Click it to display your followers.
When you send someone a friend request on Facebook and they accept, you will instantly follow them and they will follow you back. When you follow someone on Facebook, they will receive a notification, but they will not be told if you unfollow them. There is no way to stop people from following you. If you want to be sure that someone does not follow you, you will have to delete your account.
To limit who can follow you, Click on the Facebook icon in the upper right corner. Choose Settings & Privacy, then Settings. This prevents any random person from following you.