Facebook pages are associated with a person account. You can’t create a Facebook page without having a personal account. On a Facebook page you can post personal account of page account. This is little bit confusing and sometimes might seems to be confusing.
By default when you create a Facebook page it automatically switches you to become as Page administrator account. So when you post on that Facebook page or comment on posts you will be posting/commenting as page’s administrator and your page name will appear in posts/comments.
Posting as page administrator account is normal, however commenting on posts as page administrator account might not be a good idea.
There is setting on Facebook page account which lets you switch between your personal account and page administrator account.
Here is how you switch between these two accounts
In this example I’ve taken example of Cricket Facebook page – Cricket Dawn
1) Login to Facebook and open facebook page
2) Click on Edit from the top right corner of the page
3) Click on Your Settings from left.
4) On Your Settings page you can tick or untick the following option as needed
“Note: You’re currently using Facebook as Ajay Kumar Singh. To switch to Cricket Dawn, click Account at the top of any page.”
When this box is checked you will become Page Account and all posting and commenting will appear as Page Account.
If you uncheck this box it will switch you to your personal account and all post.
There is a potential problem.
When you have switched to your personal account for the page and you post on the page, the post doesn’t appear on the page but it appears on your personal wall.
I’m not sure if this is a feature or potential bug? When I’m posting on a page’s wall it should be posted on that page’s wall and not my personal wall?
Here is what I do. When I’ve to post on a Facebook page I switch to become page account and when I ‘ve to comment I switch to personal account.