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What URL do I use to link to my facebook page?


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Hey guys,

I'm trying to add a link from my portfolio to my facebook page, or at least a page where people can make a friend request, but I'm not sure which URL to use.

Does anyone have any ideas?

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I know this may sound arrogant and mean but go to your profile and use that URL. When you login, click on Profile at the top and the use the resulting link.

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I tried that and got someone to test it out, and it sent them to a sign in page instead of what I was looking for. I did find out the right way though, you have to find your public search URL.

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I tried that and got someone to test it out, and it sent them to a sign in page instead of what I was looking for. I did find out the right way though, you have to find your public search URL.
Well that's because you have to be a facebook member to view facebook pages...
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