Facebook provides an easy way for you to see the details of all of those who have liked your Facebook Page. But, it’s not obvious unless you know where to look. This article shows you how to find out whose liked your Facebook Page by showing you where the information is located on your Page.
Facebook provides separate lists of the people and other Pages who have liked your Page. The lists are sorted so that the most recent ‘likes’ of your Page appear first.
Steps to finding out who has liked your Facebook Page …
On a desktop, laptop or tablet:
1. Go to your Facebook business Page. (Make sure you’re logged in to Facebook.)
2. Click on the ‘Settings’ link. (See SmartPhone steps further down the page.)
3. When the ‘Settings’ page opens, scroll down the list of options on the left and click on ‘People and Other Pages’.
The ‘People and Other Pages’ Area
When the ‘People and Other Pages’ area opens, it will open to a list of ‘People Who Like This Page’ and show:
- Their profile photo
- Their name
- The date each one liked your Page
You can scroll through the names to see who has liked your Page – they’re sorted beginning with the most recent likes – or use the search field (see below) to find a particular name.
To find what Pages have liked your Page click on the down arrow to the right of the ‘People Who Like This Page’ field.
The list will include the Page name, the Page’s profile photo and the date when they liked your Page.
On a smartphone:
- Go to your Facebook business Page. (Make sure you’re logged in to Facebook.)
- Click on the ‘More’ link that appears close to and beneath your Page’s cover image.
- Scroll down the list of options until you find the ‘Edit Settings’ link, then click.
- Scroll down the list of ‘Settings’ until you come to ‘People and Other Pages’.
- Choose from the menu options provided to view the information you are interested in seeing:
- People Who Like This Page
- Pages That Like This Page
- Banned People and Pages
Removing Page Likes & Banning People or Pages From Your Page
Facebook makes it possible for you to ‘Remove Page Likes’ and ‘Ban From Page’ both individuals and Pages that have liked your Page. Banning an individual or Page will prevent them from posting, commenting or taking any other action on your Page.
The image below shows the link to use to remove people or Pages from your Page likes and for banning them from your Page.
Facebook Page Insights
Your Facebook Page offers a wealth of information about those who have liked your Page.
Once you’ve scrolled through the names and photos of those who have ‘liked’ your Page, head over to the Insights tab. The Insights tab is located at the top of your Page, just below the main Facebook dark blue bar.
The Insights tab provides all sorts of information related to Likes, Reach, Page Views, Actions on Page, Posts, People, etc.
For instance, you can find out:
- what countries and cities your fans are from, and their numbers;
- what percentage of your fans are women or men;
- what percentage of your fans fall into different age groups;
- when your fans are online;
- the number of people reached with your content;
- … and much more!
Great! I’ve searched for this information and this is actually the only article that realy helped me in a simple and fast way. Thank you!
Hi! I have been repeatedly encountering a problem with this so I though you might be able to help with that. My friend liked my Page but I can’t see her on this list (“People Who LIke the Page”). Do you have an idea why this is happening? Thanks!
Hi Anna, I’ve just tested this on one of my Facebook Pages today as it’s been a while since this article was published, and Facebook does like to change things. What I found was that the process still ‘seems’ to work – in other words, the process is supposedly available – but it doesn’t always seem to work well. it can take quite a while for Facebook to generate a list … if they do so at all.
Here’s another way to see if Facebook has listed your friend as someone who has liked your Page: Ask her to ‘like’ one of your posts. Then, click on the number that appears below that post that tells you how many people have liked the post. When you click on the number of people (on a desktop computer), a list with the names of people who have liked (or otherwise) engaged with the post should appear. Your friend’s name should appear in the list and to the right of it should be the word ‘Liked’ to indicate they have already liked the page.
Yay! Thank you Sue! Finally, I find the simple answer! Why is this so hard to find on the “help” pages? Are they called Help Pages cause they make you go HELP? But lo, there you are. Thanks again love from Holland.
I followed your instructions but what do I do if I don’t have people and other pages as an option??
This seems to have changed overnight. When I go to settings I see this: Under General Page settings: name and username. That’s all today under General Page Settings, General does not exist anymore.
Then to the left of the page, you see from top to bottom: Name page; Privacy; New Pages Experience; Notifications; Linked Accounts; Support Inbox and Videos. None of these lead to a list, just numbers, no details. So we’re lost again. Your article was right, it’s how I always did it, but, alas, a few days after your effort to explain the mirky waters of Facebook to us, it has pleased the Overlords to make a mess of it again. Thank Heaven for leading me to this Business2Community site, I bookmarked you. Love from Holland.