Where do I find the ID for my Facebook Fan Page/Public Profile?

IMPORTANT: Please note that the Fan Page/Public Profile ID is not the same as your Personal Profile ID. If you input your Personal Profile ID instead of your Fan Page/Public Profile ID this tutorial won’t work.

Step 1: Go to your Facebook Fan Page/Public Profile

Go to your Facebook Fan Page/Public Profile

With your cursor hover over the Fan Page/Public Profile logo and right-click the image with your mouse.

Step 3: Choose Properties menu item

In the pop-up window choose the Properties menu item

Step 4: Copy the Fan Page/Public Profile ID

In the Properties menu copy the Fan Page/Public Profile ID which is the number at the very end of the Address URL.

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