Facebook now permits Page Admins to Comment and Like as Themselves!

Facebook has moved to put an end to the frustration of page admins unable to like their posts and comment on it as themselves. Now, page posts and event posts which are administered by someone would have the option at the right hand side bottom corner to include the likes and comments of their page admins. Earlier, page admins had limited option for self promotion. This gave scope for credibility lapses since one has to explore other mediums to augment the engagement of page posts and find more takers.

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Even though there was an option to share posts by admins to their own pages, the new approach by this Facebook page modification broadens the scope for page admins and curtails the issue of lack of credibility. However, this modification is not yet ubiquitous.

How to exploit this new step from facebook?

The ability to self comment or self like increases the probability for cropping up new and interesting conversations; since those coming on to your page would now get a peek into what you think about your own post through the comments which you had posted as page admin. Page admins also get the freedom to indulge in event posts, irrespective of the event being of your own organization or an organization for which you cater as page admin. This interaction shall get displayed at the right hand side top corner in the ticker box. It remains to be seen how effectively shall users put this new modification to use.

Ranjan Padhi is a prominent Digital Marketing Expert specialized in PPC Advertising, SEO and Social Media. Ranjan can be found on twitter @padhi_ranjan and Google Plus. Read more articles by Ranjan Padhi

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Ranjan Padhi is a prominent Digital Marketing Expert specialized in PPC Advertising, SEO and Social Media. Ranjan can be found on twitter @padhi_ranjan and Google Plus. Read more articles by Ranjan Padhi

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