Whether you use Facebook personally or professionally, it’s significant to know who might be visiting your profile outside of your close friend group.
People can quietly “follow” you instead of sending a friend request (if your profile is public rather than private), meaning that your posts will appear in their News Feed without your knowledge.
In other words, there might be some people seeing your public updates more regularly than you think.
How to see who is following you on Facebook
1. Go to your friends tab and select the “More” section.
2. Click “Following.”
3. Scroll through the list of who’s following you.
From here, you can send a friend request to anyone following you, unless they’ve disabled this option. Facebook also shows you any mutual friends you may have. This way, you can see how you might be connected and why this person might’ve started following you.
How to see who is following your Facebook Pages
In addition to seeing who follows your personal profile, you can also check who “follows” your Facebook Pages, a distinction from the people who “like” them.
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