Facebook's license agreement does not allow the use of programs that track users' browsing behavior while on the site. This means that there is no way to find out who visits your Facebook profile. However, the site does provide a variety of security tools that allows you to choose how much of your information will be available to different groups. Proper use of the security tools will allow you to be sure that only people you trust will have access to your information and should remove the necessity of tracking who visits.
Sign in to your Facebook profile as usual. Click "Account" in the upper right corner of the page then click "Privacy Settings."
Click "Customize Settings" in the lower left of the next page. This will display a list of each type of information that you can choose to share on Facebook. Click the drop -down menu beside each entry to choose who should be allowed to see it.
Consider what kind of information you tend to share in each of these categories. For example, information such as your email address and current town are most likely safe to share. However, more personal information such as your physical address, phone number and wall posts may be more sensitive. You may choose to share some of this information with friends. Just try to be sure that employers will not have cause to take offense to a post or that a stranger will not be able to misuse your personal information. When you are done changing settings, click the "Back to Privacy" button at the top of the page.