There are too many good reasons why you need to activate the Follow button on a Facebook profile. Regardless if you are an influencer or just a regular individual on Facebook and you are focused more on growing the number of your Facebook page than you should definitely enable the Follow button.
Basically, the follow button option is there to allow the public to follow you, and when someone follows you, they will be able to see what you share in your news feed.
In this tutorial, we share a full guide on how to activate the follow button, so keep on reading to learn how to do it.
Bonus: How to hide mutual friends on Facebook and how to see what someone likes on Facebook.
There are three steps to add the follow button on your Facebook profile. To add it, you need to make some adjustments in the Settings section, and here is how you can do it:
In addition, you should also set the Who Can Follow Me option to Public and you can also easily do that from the Settings left side menu. So from there, scroll and click on Public Posts, and on the right side of the Who Can Follow Me section, click on the Friends option and then set it to Public.
Note: You need to be at least 18 years and above to have the follow button. Otherwise, you won’t have access to it. So, if you registered on Facebook with an age below 18, you won’t have the follow button.
And it is as simple as that. Now, your Facebook follow button should be active.
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To check if you have made the right changes by adding the follow button on Facebook, these are the things you should do:
Sure you can do that. The CTA button option on your Facebook page is probably the most valuable asset you can utilize on this platform. In fact, you can easily measure if the follow button is adding new followers to your page by measuring one month before activating it, and one month after it is activated.
Aside from this, did you know that you can find someone on Facebook by their phone number?! - totally possible and we also have a guide on that.
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