Fr. Sanctus Mario
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What is the Difference Between A Page and Professional Mode

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On Facebook, the terms “Page” and “Professional Mode” have different meanings:

1. Pages: A Page on Facebook is a public profile that is created for businesses, brands, organizations, and public figures. It allows these entities to connect with their audience, share updates, and promote their products or services. Pages have features like posting content, interacting with followers, running ads, and analyzing page insights.

2. Professional Mode: Professional Mode is a new feature introduced by Facebook for individual user profiles. It aims to provide users with a more professional experience on the platform. When Professional Mode is turned on, users can separate their personal and professional activities, such as keeping work-related content separate from their personal feed. It includes features like a dedicated professional news feed, the ability to showcase work-related details on the profile, and more options for connecting with professional contacts.

So, in summary, Pages are public profiles for businesses and public figures, while Professional Mode is a feature designed for individual user profiles to separate personal and professional activities.

 

To maintain eligibility for Facebook monetization, there are certain practices to avoid. Here are some common “don’ts”:

1. Don’t violate Facebook’s Community Standards: Ensure that your content does not include nudity, violence, hate speech, or any form of illegal or explicit content. Adhere to Facebook’s guidelines to avoid being flagged or restricted.

2. Don’t share copyrighted content: Avoid using copyrighted materials without proper authorization or permission. This includes images, music, videos, or any other content that you don’t have the rights to use.

3. Don’t engage in fraudulent activity: Do not use deceptive tactics to increase your followers, likes, or engagement. This includes buying followers, using clickbait, or engaging in any form of dishonest behavior.

4. Don’t post misleading or false information: Be sure to provide accurate and trustworthy information in your posts. Avoid spreading misinformation or engaging in deceptive practices.

5. Don’t violate Facebook’s Ad Policies: If you plan to monetize through Facebook ads, make sure your ads meet their policies. This includes avoiding misleading claims, prohibited content, or any violations of advertising guidelines.

6. Don’t use prohibited content categories: Facebook has specific restrictions on certain content categories, such as drugs, tobacco, weapons, etc. Make sure you do not promote or engage in activities related to these prohibited categories.

 

7. Don’t post static images or just moving images with texts.

It’s important to regularly review Facebook’s Monetization Eligibility Standards and adhere to their guidelines to maintain eligibility for monetization.

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3 Comments
  1. David S Edore says

    thanks Padre. Padre creating a page or using Facebook account wish is advisable. thanks

    1. Sanctus Mario says

      page

  2. Eucheria Chinwendu says

    Thanks Father.
    God bless you 🙏🏻

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