How to see the post we make on other's Facebook pages?

How to see the post we make on other's Facebook pages?
We posted on two different Facebook pages yesterday and can not find them. As if the Facebook page owners edited our post for some reason.
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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
Not sure how it looks on a non-personal page, but goto your home page, then on View Activity Log.


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Allie WattsDemand Generation & Digital Marketing SpecialistCommented:
Depending on the Facebook page owners permissions, your post could be pending approval by that page.

If it is approved it will not show up in the other facebook pages feed but in the right rail as a visitor post.
nickg5Author Commented:
These Facebook pages are often criticized on how they run their business. One is Coke Rewards.
There is a small chance both post got deleted or censored. I seriously doubt both did. Very small chance "both did."
Especially Coke where I see several (many) dozen post that are criticizing the company. They do not terminate those and mine was no different in scope than the rest I see on that particular page.
nickg5Author Commented:
We will go with activity log as the solution. Both FB pages are quite active. We located our post in the log and went to that date and time on both the timeline and the visitor post and they are not there.

Too bad they did not have the courtesy to let us know why the post was not approved. We could have edited it or they could have explained their action.
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