How To Share a Facebook Page Tutorial

So, let’s file this under the category of, “everyone is doing it, so I had better figure out how to do it too.” 

Sharing a favorite “page” that you follow on Facebook is becoming the new “thing” in blogging and although I just figured out how to share pages recently myself, I’m a whiz at it now, and since I see people sharing it the “old” way, I figured, why not enlighten everyone’s lives today and show you how to share a Facebook Page on Facebook!

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Sharing a Facebook Page: Step-By-Step Tutorial

To share a page you love right now and publish it on Facebook, here’s how:

1. FIRST, go to that person’s Facebook page.  

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2.   Next to the “Message” tab, there are three circles.  Click those.

3.  Choose to “Share”.

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 4.  Choose which page you want to post it to.  

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 5.  Add in any text you’d like to see before the picture!

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6.  Click Share Page to send that post on its way.

Here is the final outcome, in my NewsFeed. 

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How to Schedule a Facebook Page Share

Want to SCHEDULE your Facebook page share for tomorrow {or any other day?} 

  • Grab the URL of the Facebook page you want to share.  {Visit their FB page and copy/paste their FB page URL}
  • Paste that URL into your FB status.  
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  • Then, highlight and DELETE the URL. The preview will STAY! 
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  • You can still Tag their page in your post status! 
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  •  Then click on the little clock in the bottom left of the status window
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  • Choose the date and time you’d like your share post to publish. Then click SCHEDULE!
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 VOILA! Sharing is easier with FB scheduling! 

Share Some Love!

Using this method, you’ll ensure that your post is getting as many readers following and liking your shared page. Need some love on YOUR Facebook page?  Leave your Facebook URL below and I’ll be happy to share 1 or 2 pages a day… not enough to FB spam ya!

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21 thoughts on “How To Share a Facebook Page Tutorial

  1. Well, this is so cool! I’m going to try it out!

    It didn’t show in the pictures or tutorial, but can the share be scheduled too?

    Thanks so much for sharing.

    Here’s my Facebook page:
    https://www.facebook.com/TheDeliberateMom

    I’m going to share this post tomorrow on my Facebook. I never knew about this way of sharing… so thanks for the enlightenment! I have a blog hop every Thursday, I would love it if you could pop by and link up this post. It’s a no pressure hop – just an opportunity to let your best posts SHINE! #SHINEbloghop

    Thanks again!
    Jennifer

  2. Hmmmm. I often share posts but never entire pages. So I tried what you suggested. I looked at several friends personal FB pages just to get a feel for it. The dots to the right only have the drop down as: Give Gift, See Friendship, Poke, Report, Block. I tried to import a screen shot here but couldn’t . But that’s it. No share. Can you explain?

  3. Hi Melanie! Thanks for the tutorial! I can’t find the thread on Facebook but when I try to share a page….it gives me the option to “Share on a Page I Manage” and it lets me hit Made to be a Momma…but it doesn’t change the Posting as this Page….it keeps it as Posting as this person or whatever so it’s always Me ( Katie Wyllie sharing it to my blog page) any tips?

  4. Ok, you just rocked my world! I realize this is not a brand new post, but someone referred me to it, and while I had figured out the sharing, I had no idea about the scheduling. Thank you!!! I’m new to the whole blogging thing and just trying to figure things out… 🙂

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