For example, if you’re an administrator for a business Facebook page, you have to keep your posting, brand and voice alive while monitoring its market exposure. If you run a community Facebook page, you may have to approve new members, respond to queries and suggestions, and review posts and comments.
No matter what kind of page you run, the last thing you want is having a user that creates unnecessary troubles for everyone on the page. Maybe a customer or rival is spamming your business page with untrue rumors or maybe a bitter, angry member has been making rude or insulting comments in the threads on your community page.
In those instances, you would want to ban them from your Facebook page to maintain a safe online community for your followers.
When you ban someone from your page, while they can still share content from your Facebook, they can no longer actively participate in your Facebook page by publishing or liking comments. If your Facebook page is private, then they will no longer be able to see it.
1. Log in to the Facebook account that has administrative control over a Facebook page on your PC or Mac.
2. Go to the page in question.
3. Click on “Settings” at the top right of the page.
4. In the left-hand column, click on “People and Other Pages.”
5. Click the check box next to the name of the person you want to ban. If your page has a lot of likes or members, you may need to use the search box at the top.
6. Click on the gear icon next to the search box, and in the dropdown menu, click “Ban From Page.”
7. Confirm that you want to ban the person or people you selected.