Priit Kallas

Priit is the founder and CEO of DreamGrow Digital, an internet marketing and social media company. With his 20+ years internet marketing experience he is Helping companies to understand and use the digital marketing to reach their target audiences. He has spoken at hundreds of seminars and conferences on different aspects of internet marketing. Priit is also the organizer of Digital Elite Camp, a leading traffic and conversion event.

9 Responses

  1. Jeff says:

    Hi guys, i have been looking for policies about if someone does happen to steal your page and delete all content, rename it as their own page, then start posting new material to the thousands of people who have previously liked it. Am i able to take legal action if i know who they are? what rights do i have on this matter?

  2. Melissa says:

    I had a group called The Helping Hand-Dubuque Area Group and it was stolen from me. I added a few HS friends to be admins to help out and one of them deleted me from my own page! Now they are refusing to give it back and claiming it to be their own. Facebook has no policy or safeguards that stop this from happening! It is so frustrating.

  3. Shawn says:

    Another problem I had is I created a second personal profile just for business and had a page attached to it and then for some reason which I still can’t figure out, other than maybe I’m not allowed 2 personal profiles, Facebook deleted that personal profile which of course meant the page to go with it was now and forever will be inaccessible.

  4. Shawn says:

    Hehe ya there should be different levels of admin like a super admin, content manager etc…If you try and delete your profile, facebook let’s you close it with the option of opening it later, weird why they don’t let you do that for pages.

  5. DittmerDan says:

    The only benefit is, if you was jacking around and got your facebook account deleted. if you have another admin on there, then you wont loose your page. But you could have the option of inheritance. that when your account dies. another admin would inherit your page.

    I agree though this is stupid. you cant trust to have anyone your admin.

  6. Lisa Demmi says:

    I agree with Leanne and Kei. I think Facebook should have tiers of access. The parent tier would be the only one allowed to delete and that is the tier that the actual owner has access to. If he or she gives away their log in information, then the responsibility is on them.

  7. Priit Kallas says:

    Thanks for your comments! Eric was just figure of speech 🙂 but in reality FB needs more flexible rights management system. There are brands with millions of fans and that can be wiped out with two clicks.

  8. Wow, first of all, is Eric for real?
    Yes, I think being a page administrator has been taken lightly that companies who hire other people to manage their accounts don’t realize that it’s possible for these things to happen. Having permission levels, I think is the best way to do it.

  9. Leanne says:

    I think it would be good if Facebook let you assign an admin who’s in charge of the group and only they have the rights to delete the account. That said the person in charge should be able to assign the head admin role to another person so that other people can be in charge if old head admin changes roles. Otherwise you’re right you might get into a sticky situation!!

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