how to verify your business page

How to Verify Your Facebook Business Page

Verifying your Facebook page is a great way to establish your business’ credibility online. Whether you’re a large brand or a small local business, there’s a verification option available for you. The blue or grey verified badge lets your audience know that your page is authentic, and also helps you show up higher in search results, making it easier for customers to find you. There are two types of verification badges. The blue verification badge is only available to public figures, media companies or large brands, for example Tesco, Nando’s or BBC. The grey verification badge is available for smaller or local businesses. Let’s take a look at how to apply for page verification. Firstly you should ensure your page looks professional, so ensure your logos and contact details are up to date. You will also need a working link to your company’s website (and your website should link back to...

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DMT Spotlight: Aimee

Our creative team is growing as we welcome a new Content Writer to Digital Media Team, making it three new starters this calendar year. We spoke to Aimee to find out more about her position and how she's settling in.  Hi Aimee, can you tell us a bit about your position at DMT? I’m the newest Social Media Content Writer, which basically means I’m an emoji/filter/hashtag specialist – haha! I’ll be working closely with our clients to manage and create social media pages to boost their businesses forward and help them thrive online. What attracted you to the company? Most definitely the Instagram page. It looked like such a fun place to work! I also liked how much the company has grown in such a short amount of time. DMT is a forward-moving company where I can see myself building a career. What kind of challenges do you face in your role?  My biggest challenge is...

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