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Soorebia gets verified on Facebook

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It is every celebrity’s wish to get his or her account verified on all social media handles he belongs to especially, Facebook, signifying that the account is the celebrity’s official Facebook account.

If you see a blue verified badge on a page or profile, it means that Facebook has confirmed that the page is the authentic Page or profile for a public figure, media company, or brand.

Keep in mind that verified badges are for well-known, often searched pages and profiles. Not all public figures, celebrities, and brands on Facebook have a verified badge because Facebook looks at a number of factors when evaluating Facebook accounts to determine if they’re in the public interest and meet Facebook’s verification criteria.

In addition to following Facebook’s terms of service, your account also needs to be authentic, unique, complete, and notable as requirements and the following are reasons why you get verified; increased credibility, improved Search footprint, more followers, and early access to few Facebook features and features on-brands’ social pages.

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Martin Soore, known in showbiz cycles and on Facebook as Soorebia, got the blue checked mark of verification as he hits 35,000 (35k) followers on Facebook on Monday morning the 12th of January 2021.

Soorebia has now joined the very few celebrities in the Upper East Region who are verified by Facebook and it is hoped that more of the celebrities in the region will get verified soon.

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Congratulations to the rapper and the head of the Bolga Boys Thing (BBT) camp.

 

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1MHz| Seidu Sulemana(Phatbone)|Ghana

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