How To Know The Creation Date And Active Ads Of Any Facebook Page Without Admin Access

How to spy on any Facebook page ads

Facebook teams are really working hard to make Facebook better for their users, last few months Facebook promised to bring out a new feature that would allow users to know a Facebook page information and ads such as:

> When the Facebook page was created

> How many times the page name has been changed and the dates it was changed

> The type of ads the Facebook page is correctly running and the targeted audiences

Why is Facebook doing this?

>  Facebook wants to be showing you the ads a page is currently running on Facebook, Instagram and other Facebook company products in order to provide transparency in advertising

> You can see other ads the page is running which is not showing on your newsfeed

This is a wonderful feature but at the same time a bad one? The reason is that users can now report your ads if they found it misleading or abusing.

But the good news is, this new feature would help some page owners (admins) to improve in their Facebook marketing, by knowing the country a particular page is targeting and the reaction of the page audience

Also Read: Automatically invite people who like your FB Page posts to like your Facebook page

How to check a Facebook page information

1 ) Open Facebook on a computer or on a mobile phone
2 ) At the right top corner, under the right side of the Facebook page curve photo, you will see an icon tap or click on itfacebook page facebook page information active ads bar
3 ) A new window will prompt with the Facebook page information

facebook page information

Below the page information, you can see when the page was created and how many times the admin has changed the page name. While on the under right side, is the active ads bar, from there you can view the page ads activities.

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