Facebook "vanity" url question...

by TimothyW 10 replies
I was told (here) that the 25-likes requirement to be able to claim a "vanity" url is no more.

So I made 3 new pages (none have any likes yet). Then I did the vanity name thing for one of them -- worked fine.

But... when I went to do the same thing for the other 2 pages, FB told me it's not possible + that it would be possible in the future. I don't know what that means.

I thought it maybe meant to wait a day or so. But now I did wait 2 days, and it still says the same thing.

Any ideas?

Again, none of these 3 pages have any likes and they were all ceated on the same day.

-- TW
#main internet marketing discussion forum #facebook #question #url #vanity
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