How to Leverage Your Facebook Profile for Facebook Marketing

Would you like to add your Business Page to Your Facebook Profile to give a little nudge for your Facebook marketing?

A lot of small businesses are just starting out with their Facebook pages and aren’t doing much with Facebook marketing because it can be confusing and feel like a waste of precious time. 

As a Social Media Coach, I’ve talked to many small businesses and found that about 1 out of 4 don’t realize the difference between a Facebook Profile and a Facebook Page.

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Oh…Just in case:

Your Facebook Profile is your personal account on Facebook. You set up your Profile when you sign up on Facebook. Profiles are personal and pages are for business.

You can find out more about that here >> Why should I convert my personal account to a Facebook Page? 

Those that want to do more Facebook marketing say:

“I’ve been trying to figure something out, then Facebook keeps changing so much!”

After your Facebook page is ready to share with the world including having it ready to click on your profile page…

You’re going to want to start thinking about your Facebook marketing strategies.

One of the first things you can easily and quickly take care of is ~ connecting your Facebook page to your profile page. This is a huge benefit in getting your page found by people that visit your profile!

Once you’ve edited and connected your Facebook page to your ‘workplace’ area ‘friends’ that visit your profile can hover over or click on the link to your ‘workplace’ and can view your business page, or just click to visit it right there.Facebook-marketing

So have you done this yet?

Awesome value for your Facebook marketing plan includes adding your Facebook page to your profile so that it makes it sooo easy for someone, like me, to look for your page and quickly find it!


If you’ve not done this yet, it could be one of your biggest marketing mistakes!

But no worries…

In this short video (above), I show you 2 ways to add your business Facebook page to your Facebook profile.

But why would you want to?

Because your current job title and employer is the first thing listed under your profile photo.

Have you ever gone to somebody’s profile and looked for their Facebook page?

It seems that about 50% of the time many profiles don’t share a way to locate their business page.


I remember years ago, some very kind person sent me a message and asked ‘why don’t you have your Facebook page listed on your profile’?

And I thought well why don’t I?

In the video, I’ll show you the regular way that you can add your page quickly to your Facebook profile.

Then I’ll share a workaround way in case your Facebook profile can’t locate your Facebook page.

So how do you add your Facebook Page as your employer or workplace?Facebook-marketing

This is the straightforward and quickest way:

  1. Go to your profile > then go beneath your image to the Education and Work section. Click the pencil to edit.
  2. Click on ‘Add a workplace’
  3. Begin typing the name of your Facebook page in the ‘Add a workplace’ field.
  4. If you see your page in the drop-down menu, select it.
  5. Then fill out the remaining fields if you’d like and…
  6. Click save.
  7. Presto! You did it!

Oh…One more thing. 

Just in case 

It doesn’t always happen that easily, as some of us know!

What’s that mean for the ones it doesn’t work out following those easy directions?

If you need help – I have the workaround in the video!

And, I also show the regular way step by step. 🙂

While it’s fresh on your mind watch the video try the first way and if that’s not going to work for you, just easily use the workaround to fix your link to your Facebook page from your profile. Because you can just follow along!

Now you can continue to develop your content strategy for your page and your profile. Ex: consistently posting at least 2 unique images, videos, or pieces of value to your audience each day to increase reach engagement and positive upbeat feel around your age and brand. And you can pick up more tips and strategies →→  Do You Really Want To Boost Your Facebook Business? and  You might want to continue to learn →→ Read How to Use 5 Goals in Your Facebook Marketing

If you got value from this blog post and video, AND you’d like to learn more about Facebook attraction marketing, go on over to our 10 Day Get It Done Facebook Challenge group at  or click the image below!  


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17 thoughts on “How to Leverage Your Facebook Profile for Facebook Marketing

  • December 5, 2017 at 2:57 pm

    Social media networking is so important nowadays and Facebook is one of the big ones. I can’t believe there are still businesses without a Facebook presence. This is a great tip to connect one’s profile and business page!

    • December 8, 2017 at 7:57 am

      I know Jenn! Most businesses that aren’t on Social Media are missing out to be sure!
      Thank you so much 🙂

  • December 5, 2017 at 5:15 pm

    Well, now that I have read this, I do not know if I have mine added or not! You have made me curious and want to check. I will have to do that right now!

    • December 8, 2017 at 7:55 am

      How Fun, Melanie! Please let us know 🙂

  • December 5, 2017 at 9:56 pm

    Social media engagement is definitely something I’d like to increase for 2018. Totally love the fact that your tips are geared towards Facebook strategies. I’d need the most tips for it!

    • December 8, 2017 at 7:55 am

      That’s great to hear, Lisa
      As a Social Media Manager – my favs are Blogging, Facebook, email marketing = and now especially loving videos!

  • December 6, 2017 at 4:42 am

    This is great info for those just starting out and some of the more seasoned ones who just don’t quite know how to navigate facebook yet. I was in that boat not long ago and would have loved to stumble across this for help. Thanks for sharing!

    • December 8, 2017 at 7:54 am

      Thank you, Melissa
      As I’ve said before, I didn’t even know I could and should have my page on my profile for others to quickly find me, until a kind person told me so – lol

  • December 6, 2017 at 10:25 am

    Social media marketing is not so easy and simple as it seems, specially for begginers. And it is hard to find good advices like your!

    • December 8, 2017 at 7:52 am

      Wow – Thank you, Catalina – I hope to see you here often and would love to hear what topics you’d like a short training video on

  • December 6, 2017 at 11:29 am

    There’s so much to gain from having social media as a marketing tool. Once I graduate i want to start blogging and building my brand and I believe social media would be a great place to start. Thanks for sharing!

    • December 8, 2017 at 7:51 am

      I look forward to hearing more about what steps you take to get started, Gemille 🙂

  • December 7, 2017 at 5:43 pm

    Ohhh Facebook, the necessary evil that is both time consuming and insanely confusing (FB ads). I would love to crack the code on those because so many people seem to have good luck with them, but me… One click there, zero clicks there – ha! It’s weird.

    • December 8, 2017 at 7:50 am

      I know, GiGi – When I first started FB ads, it was really just experimenting and wasting money! But then I’ve had some successes and do need to get back at that – but yes it all takes time! Thank you for your comment!

  • December 8, 2017 at 5:29 am

    I checked if I had mine added, haha. Yes, it says “manages PageName” in my profile. Don’t remember how I did it but thank you for this, surely will help those who wants some boost in their business/pages.

    • December 8, 2017 at 7:48 am

      Thank you so much, Marie – I am happy this was helpful and you checked yours out – great work!

  • December 9, 2017 at 4:41 am

    These days, both small and big businesses must have a Facebook business account since it’s one of the easiest way to reach out to target audience and announce about offerings. Search on FB is one of the first things we do when we want to know more about the brand.

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