Facebook Starts Verifying Popular Pages & Profiles

Facebook Starts Verifying Popular Pages & Profiles

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Following in the footsteps of both Twitter and Google+ (and Pinterest and other social networks), Facebook has started to verify a small number of Pages and personal profiles. There’s currently no way for a Page owner or regular user to request verification. Facebook explains how it... Please visit Marketing Land...
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