Facundo Element using a profile page instead of business - a direct Facebook terms of service violation and invasion of privacy.
Pages cannot “add” people as friends. However, your fans can suggest your page to their own friends to become a fan.
It is written clearly in the Facebook rules as follows: “You will not use your personal profile for your own commercial gain”.
Speaking of community accountability, integrity, transparency and what not, why is Facundo Element operating this way? Because it is how they operate - unethical.
Facebook Pages look similar to personal Timelines, but they offer unique tools for connecting people to a topic they care about, like a business, brand, organization or celebrity. Pages are managed by people who have personal Timelines. Pages are not separate Facebook accounts and do not have separate login information from your Timeline.
You can like a Page to see updates in News Feed. (1) *Unlike the personal Profile, which is 2-way communication (i.e. When you friend someone through your Profile, you see their updates in your news feed, and they see your updates in their news feed), a Facebook Page is one-way only. This means that the person who likes your Page will see your Page updates in their news feed, but you will NOT see their Profile updates in your news feed. Facebook Terms of Service allow businesses to post updates from which they will financially profit because the people who have liked the Page have essentially “opted-in” to receive those updates from the business. They have given permission to have those business updates appear in their news feeds. Therefore, if you intend to post things like specials, opportunity calls, etc., then you need to have a business Page.
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