If you’ve set up a Facebook page for your business, you may have noticed that it appears you can only link to one site under “Website” on your info page. So you may be thinking that if you have a website, a blog and a Twitter feed, you have to choose which one gets the link.
That’s not the case.
There’s a very simple workaround: a comma. Simply type in the full address of a link, follow that by a comma, follow that by a space, and the next link and so on. The small window looks like it won’t hold all this information, but it will. All the links will appear in a neatly stacked column without commas.
In addition, whenever you include the full address beginning with “http” anywhere on your info page — in your description, for example — that will become a clickable link as well.
If you haven’t already set up your Facebook page to link to all your different sites, please stop and do that now. It’s an easy way to get all the relevant information in front of a customer, so they can follow you in whatever way is most convenient to them.