How to Tell If Someone Visited My Facebook Page

By Kathryn Hatashita-Lee

A Facebook fan page shares online news with fans. Pages may include postings about a celebrity, a cause or a company. A page's administrator, domain administrator or app owner can access demographic and geographic data that reveals the traffic to the page. This Insights section is available if the page has at least 30 users or fans who clicked the "Like" button.

Step 1

Open the fan page's homepage.

Step 2

Click the "Edit Page" button. This button appears to the right of the header. A form and a pane appears.

Step 3

Click the "Insights" link on the left navigation pane. A window entitled "Insights>[Page name]> Page Overview" appears. Sections include users and interactions.

Step 4

Click the arrow in the text box beside the Week/Month section near the top-right corner of the screen. You can select a date range to help you analyze the page visits.

Step 5

Click the "See Details" links to jump to an expanded view. For example, the Users window includes an open graph of active users and a daily active users breakdown.