Lots of people run Facebook Pages, and it’s always exciting when somebody ‘Likes’ your Facebook page. And you can see how many people have Liked your Facebook Page simply by loading that page. But it’s not obvious how you see all the people who Liked your page, so that you can reach out to them individually. So, here’s how to see who liked your Facebook Page.
First, go to that Facebook page that you run.
At the top of the page, you will see a series of admin links. Click on ‘Activity’.
This will take you to the section where you can review the notifications and the comments that your page has received. It will default to the notifications section, which is where you want to be. When you land in that section, you will see all notifications (whether someone Liked a particular post, or someone Liked the page, or Shared a post, etc.). For this exercise we are interested in when someone Liked the page itself, but you can use these instructions for other sorts of Likes, and Shares, as well.
Once you are on the ‘Activities’ page, you can get to an entry about someone Liking the page a couple of different ways. Either simply scroll down the page until you find an entry where someone Liked the page:
Or, if your page is very active, it may be easier to go to the section that specifically only shows you Likes, rather than all activity.
Either way, find an entry where it says “So-and-so likes your page.”
Now click anywhere on that entry.
Clicking on any ‘liked your page’ entry will bring up a list of people who Liked your page. Scroll down to see more.
If you want to see an individual Liker’s profile (from which, if you want, you can reach out to them and send them a message), just click on their name or picture.
And that’s all there is to it! And, hey, while you’re here, please Like The Internet Patrol’s Facebook page! :-)
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