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How to setup and manage multiple facebook accounts

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I am setting up and managing multiple facebook pages for different small businesses. What is the right way to do that and protect the personal profiles of individuals associated with these businesses? Do I assume setting up additional administrators is the best way?

I found a link for facebook for agencies (we are an advertising agency) but the dropdown for Location does not include the US. No help there.
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by:Scott Fell, EE MVE
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If you are talking about  business pages, you can create a new page and you are automatically the main admin.  From there, you can add other page admins as well.

One way is to click on the "Pages" link on the left.  Then you will see a Create Page link at the top right.   This will take you through the wizard.

Once you have multiple pages, if you go back to "Home" you can click on the gear on the top right and choose who you want to be logged in as.  Yourself, or one of your pages.  If you choose one of your pages, each time you post, you will post as the business page.
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by:weknowjack
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I understand. But do admins have acces to owner profile settings areas ? I assume this is better than a bogus name and new profile not associated with a rela person?
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You only get to be one person.  When you create the page, you choose between a local business, company/organization, brand, artist/public figure, entertainment or a cause.  

You would choose small business.  If it is "Mikes Pizza",  each time you log in, you have the option  of posting to anywhere on facebook as yourself or mikes pizza.    

If the owner (or anybody else) is set as an admin, you do not have access to their personal account.  You both would share access to Mikes Pizza and that is it.
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by:weknowjack
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What I needed to know. Thanks.
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