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How to create New Page on Facebook Business Manager

Facebook has a lot of tools that can help you to engage your customers in managing their social media pages. One of the crucial tools to use is Facebook Business Manager.

Now how does it work?

To create a New Page, go to your Facebook Business Manager dashboard at or see how to create your Facebook Business Profile click on the settings icon in the top right corner.

How to create new page on facebook business manager

Go to Accounts on the left-hand sidebar.

Then click Pages below it.

Then click +Add

you'll now have three options:

  • Add a Page. If you already run a Facebook page on the email you used to register, you simply add it to your Facebook Business Manager.
  • Request access to the page. if you're managing a different business's Facebook page, you will have to request access from that page's admin.
  • Create a new page. This requires you to create a page in your regular Facebook account.
Now click on create a new page. A window appears where you can choose your page's category.

For this write-up, we're going to use a Local Business or Place. Click on it and another window appears where you can enter basic information about your business.

At a minimum, you need to enter your page name, category, and city.

Then click the Create Page. The page now appears on your dashboard.

Do this to add as many Facebook pages as you'd like.

If you have a business with multiple store locations- and you'd like a great way to keep them all consistent with posts.

Step 3: Add store locations.
Go to the hamburger menu on the top left and click on store locations.

Click Get Started in the "promote Your Stores" window

Now, you'll set up your main store page.
This is the "parent" page for all of your other store location pages. Whatever gets posted here will be reflected in the other location pages.

Once you choose the main page, you have the option to add other stores. Simply to the dashboard for your store page, and click +Add Store in the top right.

You have three options:
  • Add Manually. Fill in your store information one at a time.
  • Add multiple stores. Upload a spreadsheet of all of your stored information to save time. Download an easy-to-follow template from Facebook.
  • Connect an Existing Page. If your stores already have pages, connect them to the main page

Anything you post on the main page appears on your other location pages.
For example, if you are on a chain of coffee shops and you post about the new pumpkin spice lattes you're releasing on your main page that post appears on your other location pages as well.

You can change this by going to your Settings and then Locations. Facebook gives you the following options for your location settings:
  • Show posts from the main page on each location page that doesn't have their own post (This is the default).
  • Never show posts from the main page.
  • Always show posts from the main page on location pages.
Choose the setting that's right for you and there you have it! You can now use the Facebook Business Manager dashboard to manage multiple Facebook pages.

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