Facebook Page ownership Transfer

There are many reasons why you might need to transfer control of a Facebook page that you created to someone else. Facebook Page ownership Transfer, This term is used frequently in social marketing or SMO ( Social Media Optimisation ), Basically, to promote a brand or product, social media professionals create a page on behalf of the brand or product on Facebook under their profile or username. this page can be created by any individual or personal blogger or professional blogger too.

Q-then the question arises, why page ownership transfer need ?.

A-Facebook page ownership claim occurs, when there is a dispute between the two individuals or professionals occures ( all branding or marketing infomations are with that page with some or more investments or money ). that’s the point when page ownership claim dispute starts.

Now let come to the point, How we can transfer the Facebook page ownership.

Whatever your reason, transferring control and “ownership” of a Facebook page to another Facebook user is quite easy to do. Here’s how:

Instructions

– Ask the Facebook user you’re transferring control of the page to “Like” the page.

– Log in to the Facebook account that you use to manage the page.

Note: This account must have Administrator privileges.

– With the page displayed on the screen, click the Settings link at the top-right of the page.

– Click Page Roles over in the left-hand column.

– Type the name of the user you want to transfer control of the page to into the box below Assign a New Page Role.

– Click the arrow beside the word Editor, then select Admin from the drop-down box.

– Click the Add button.

The new “owner” of the page should now be able to administer the page by adding posts, uploading photos and videos, and making any necessary changes to the Settings and Info pages. You can now remove yourself as an admin if you want or need to.

In a detailed manner follow the step by step instructions to assign page ownership.

– Be the admin of the page.
You can’t transfer ownership if you’re not an admin, for obvious reasons.

– Make the other person an admin.
There are a number of different page roles, each with different capabilities. Analysts only get Insights and the ability to see who posted as a page. Advertisers get access to the ads manager. Moderators can ban people, remove comments, and send messages as the page. Editors can make posts as the page, and edit page apps and data. Admins are the only role that can manage page roles and settings.

In order to make someone an admin, you need to click the Page Roles section in the settings menu on your page. Click the Admin drop-down and select a role for the person, and then save your changes. You’ll be prompted to enter your password, to confirm it’s really you making the change.

– Remove yourself as an admin.
To do this, click settings and go to Page Roles. Find your name on the list and click the X next to your name. This is if you want to remove yourself entirely. If you just want to demote yourself, you will have to click the drop-down and select your new role. Again, you’ll be prompted to input your password when you save.

In some cases, you won’t be able to remove yourself as an admin. No worries! Just have your newly appointed admin and business owner remove your permissions.

– Unlike and unfollow the page.
If you’re going to completely remove yourself from association with the page, you should also make sure to unlike and unfollow the page. Otherwise, it will still be on your list of followed pages, and you will still see updates.

Note that you do have to have someone else in the admin role before you can remove yourself as an admin. You cannot have a page with no admin.