If you have 2 Facebook Pages for the same thing, you may be able to merge them if: You're an admin of both Pages. Your Pages have similar names and represent the same thing. Your Pages have the same address, if they have physical locations. In this blog post I will go over the steps you need to take before, during and after you merge two Facebook Pages.
Who Needs to Merge Two Facebook Pages?
To merge your Pages:
- Go to facebook.com/pages/merge
- Select 2 Pages you want to merge and click Continue
- Click Request Merge
If you're unable to merge your Pages, it means that your Pages aren't eligible to be merged. If you see the option to request to merge your Pages, Facebook will review your request.
If your Pages can be merged, the people who like your Pages and any check-ins will be combined, but posts, photos, reviews, ratings and the username will be deleted from the Page you merge. The Page you want to keep will remain unchanged, except for the addition of people who like the Page and check-ins that were merged from the other Page. The Page you don't want to keep will be removed from Facebook, and you won't be able to unmerge it.
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"Once the two Pages look similar, have a similar name and you have admin rights to both, you can begin the actual merge"
He smaller Page (the one with the least number of likes) is usually the one you want to merge. Note: You will lose all content from that Page once you merge! If you have pictures or information on there you want to keep, this is the time to go and download that content. The Page you are keeping (usually the one with more ‘likes’) will keep all its content. ‘Likes’ and ‘check ns’ will be combined. Keep in mind that the numbers won’t always add up to double as people might have ‘liked’ both Pages, resulting in no ‘extra’ new like from that person.