I don’t think i should make an introduction about Facebook just as i make an intro about all the topic which i’m gonna be discussing before starting a post. Well, i have shared some quick facts about facebook at the end of this post. Be sure that you don’t miss those interesting statistics. Now let’s get into our topic, How to change your name on facebook even after limit?
Some basic information
You might be knowing that facebook allows you to change your name more than a couple of times after you had created your account. Facebook insists you to always enter your legal name on your account as there are many cyber crimes occurring nowadays using the social media. Some people frequently change their name on facebook and they are reluctant to enter their original name may be because of the privacy issues. I suggest you to always use your real legal name on facebook and it will bring you good more than bad. Now our concern is that, we need to change the name on facebook even if you have changed the name for the maximum allowed times. Go through the below section.
Please note that this option only allows you to change your name to your legal name as it is mentioned in any of your government documents because to change the name even after limit we need to upload one of these documents to Facebook Support Centre so that they will change the name to whatever it is mentioned in the uploaded document.
How to change your name on Facebook after limit?
Please ensure that you have had changed your name on facebook for the maximum number of times before getting into this procedure.
We are going to depend on the Facebook Support system to change your name.
Follow the steps below;
- Log into the facebook account for which you want to change the name.
- After that paste the below link to the address bar of your browser and press Enter key or just click on the below link.
- You will see something like the above screenshot.
- Fill in the form with your original details and upload any one of the government document like Driving License, Voters ID Card etc through the browse button to prove your name.
To see what type of documents facebook accept, see the below section.
- Now click on Send to send the documents.
- Within 1 or 2 days your name will be changed into the one in the document.
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What type of ID Facebook Accept?
You can confirm your identity in 1 of 3 ways. When submitting documentation, please cover up any personal information we don’t need to verify your identity (ex: credit card number, Social Security number). We encrypt people’s connections to Facebook by default, including IDs you send to us. We delete your ID information after verification is complete. Learn more about how Facebook protects the privacy and security of your information when you submit an ID.
How do I upload my ID to Facebook?
To upload a copy of your ID:
- Take your ID and cover up any confidential information (ex: your license or passport number)
- Scan or take a close-up picture of your ID
- Make sure you can clearly see your name, birthday and photo
- Save the photo to your computer
- Go back to the contact form, click Upload and select the file containing your ID
What happens to my ID after I upload it?
Your ID will be stored securely while we resolve your issue.
- Worldwide, there are over 1.71 billion monthly active Facebook users (Facebook MAUs) which is a 15 percent increase year over year. (Source: Facebook as of 7/27/16) What this means for you: In case you had any lingering doubts, statistically, Facebook is too big to ignore.
- 4.5 billion likes generated daily as of May 2013 which is a 67 percent increase from August 2012 (Source: Facebook)
- 1.13 billion people log onto Facebook daily active users (Facebook DAU) for June 2016, which represents a 17% increase year over year (Source: Facebook as 7/27/16) The Implication: A huge and vastly growing number of Facebook users are active and consistent in their visits to the site, making them a promising audience for your marketing efforts.
- There are 1.57 billion mobile active users (Mobile Facebook MAU) for June 2016 (Source: Facebook as of 7/27/16) an increase of 20 percent year-over-year. There are 1.03 billion Mobile Daily Active Users (Facebook DAU) for June 2016 which is an increase of 22% year-over-year.
- On average, the Like and Share Buttons are viewed across almost 10 million websites daily. (Source: Facebook as of 10/2/2014)
- In Europe, over 307 million people are on Facebook. (Source: Search Engine Journal) The Takeaway: This isn’t just a U.S. phenomenon – a worldwide market is available via Facebook.
- Age 25 to 34, at 29.7% of users, is the most common age demographic. (Source:Emarketer 2012) What this means for you: This is the prime target demographic for many businesses’ marketing efforts, and you have the change to engage these key consumers on Facebook.
- Five new profiles are created every second. (Source: ALLFacebook 2012) The Implication: Your potential audience on Facebook is growing exponentially.
- Facebook users are 76% female (out of 100% of all females) and 66% male (out of 100% of all males). This is stat is one that you really have to think about because it’s comparing the percentage of all females against the percentage of all males who are on Facebook. Sorry for the confusion. To dig a little deeper take a look at this study which does a much better job at explaining the nuances – Source: Brandwatch – https://www.brandwatch.com/2015/01/men-vs-women-active-social-media/) The Takeaway: Since this isn’t a large statistical difference, you should be able to effectively reach both genders on Facebook.
- Highest traffic occurs mid-week between 1 to 3 pm. (Source: Bit.ly blog) On another note, a Facebook post at 7pm will result in more clicks on average than posting at 8pm (Source: Forbes). Go figure. How this can help you: You have the potential to reach more consumers and drive higher traffic to your site during peak usage times, but people may be more likely to be more engaged in the evenings. This statistic may be a factor when you are planning social communication scheduling. (Also consider that Facebook has a global audience, so you may want to plan around the time zone of your key market.)
- On Thursdays and Fridays, engagement is 18% higher. (Source: Bit.ly blog) The Implication: Again, use this information to determine when to post in order to optimize your social media marketing efforts.
- There are 83 million fake profiles. (Source: CNN) The Takeaway: Nothing is perfect, so always remain thoughtful and strategic in your efforts. Also, fake or not, these are still potential consumers. There are various reasons for fake profiles, including professionals doing testing and research, and people who want to segment their Facebook use more than is possible with one account.
- Photo uploads total 300 million per day. (Source: Gizmodo) The Implication: Again, this is an indication of engaged users; also, it is an indication that there are a lot of photos, as well as other information, competing for users’ attention, so target your efforts strategically.
- Average time spent per Facebook visit is 20 minutes. (Source: Infodocket) What this means for you: You could have a short time period to make your impression, so use it wisely with relevant, interesting and unique posts and offers in order to get the most return on your efforts.
- Every 60 seconds on Facebook: 510 comments are posted, 293,000 statuses are updated, and 136,000 photos are uploaded. (Source: The Social Skinny) The Implication: Again, there are a lot of engaged and active users, but also a huge amount of information competing for their attention, so quality and strategy on your part matter.
- 4.75 billion pieces of content shared daily as of May 2013 which is a 94 percent increase from August 2012. (Source: Facebook)
- 50% of 18-24 year-olds go on Facebook when they wake up. (Source: The Social Skinny) What this means for you: Facebook is important to these users, and potentially, if done correctly, so is the content you post on it.
- One in five page views in the United States occurs on Facebook. (Source: Infodocket 2012) How this helps you: This is a huge market on the web; if you use social media marketing efforts on Facebook well, you could have huge returns to show for it.
- 42% of marketers report that Facebook is critical or important to their business. (Source: State of Inbound Marketing 2012 The Takeaway: This is a crowded marketplace, but you can’t afford to sit it out, because odds are fairly high that your competition is there. The key is to use Facebook marketing correctly and make sure that your efforts stand out from the crowd.
- 16 Million local business pages have been created as of May 2013 which is a 100 percent increase from 8 million in June 2012. (Source: Facebook). Facebook marketing has transformed how business is conducted, and its use by local businesses to extend their markets continues to explode.
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