Facebook pages represent businesses or communities, that allow “individuals”, business managers to use the page name “business name” to interact with fans/customers while allowing you to still use your Facebook profile to communicate with friends and relatives.
Some Facebook users enjoy interacting with clients through their Facebook profiles, others do not like to mix personal messages with business messages.
To put a fine line between your own personal profile and Facebook business page, you can hide your profile as the admin of a page so people won’t be able to see your profile and message you.
Instead, people can make inquiries by sending a private message directly to the page.
3 Simple Steps
- Log in to your Facebook account and click on the link to your Facebook page from the left sidebar.
- Click “Edit Page” and select “Update Info.” Select “Featured” from the side menu.
- Click “Edit Featured Page Owners” to see the list of people that have administrative access to your page. Remove the check from the box next to your name and click “Save” to remove any public references to you being an administrator of the page.
By default, your profile isn’t added to the public page admins, but if you did or someone else did, you can simply follow the above steps to hide from the page admin label.