Get Listed On Facebook Places
Step 1: Find your business on Facebook
Open the Facebook application on your smartphone. Based on your device type, you will either need to press “Check-in” or “Places” on your app’s home screen. Then, enter your business name in the search bar. If you don’t find your business in the search result, you’ll see an option that’ll allow you to add your business on Facebook places. Just enter a brief description of your business and press “add.” In case you see your business already added to FB Places, then skip this step.
Visit Facebook.com on your PC and do a search for your business. Click the places result.
Step 3: Account Verification
Next, below the picture on the Places page, you’ll see a hyperlink stating something like this: “Is this your business?” Click on it in order to begin your verification process. Before you’re allowed to edit your page, Facebook will ask for either your business email id or a doc that has your name as well as the name of your business on it. After supplying either one of these, it might take up to 7 days before your request is confirmed by Facebook.
Kacy Carlsen is a personal and business strategist as well as a five-time entrepreneur and has worked with thousands of business owners in dozens of countries across the world, helping them build, market, and scale their businesses through mindset shifts and models. With over 20 years of experience in digital marketing, also with local brick and motor, Kacy can help you level up your business on and offline.
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