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As a business owner, you likely take pride in the reputation of your business. If you have a Facebook Page, you probably manage it to ensure that all content and comments posted help to bolster your reputation. The only problem is, some people do post inappropriate content and this can pose a problem. Luckily, there is a way to proactively stop this type of content from showing up on your Page.
If you are an admin for your business Facebook Page, there is a good chance that you likely would prefer to be as proactive as possible when it comes to monitoring what is posted on your News Feed and Page. The best way to do this is to use Facebook’s built-in word and profanity filters.
All Page admins have access to a word filter which can mark all posts or comments that contain words you have set as spam. You can block words by:
When entering your blocked words, you will need to enter both the singular and plural versions because the filter works on a per-word basis. Be sure to also separate words with a comma. When you do get a post or comment that contains the blocked word, it will be sent directly to your Spam folder.
You can access this by going into your Page’s Activity Log and clicking on Spam. All spam messages will pop up, and if you would like to approve a post click on the circle with a line through it, followed by Unmark as Spam. For comments, simply hover over and click Unhide.
No business wants profanity to appear on their Facebook page, it simply looks unprofessional and can harm your online brand and corporate image. Facebook has a profanity filter that can help and you can enable this to work on your Page content by:
The profanity filter works off of a list curated by Facebook which have been marked by other users as offensive or words which are commonly reported as profane and offensive.
If you are looking to learn more about using Facebook in your business, contact us today to see how we can help.
Published on 3rd April 2014 by Jeanne DeWitt.