My body building client who performs under his real name wants to be sure that no fans can access his family photos and other info on his personal profile.
Setting up your personal profile to select who can see your personal interactions on Facebook
So, first of all, let’s look at setting up your personal profile to ensure your privacy on Facebook.
This will allow you to choose who you want to be able to connect with you – Public, Friends, Friends of Friends, etc. It will also allow you to decide who you want to be able access you via your registered email and who can tag you on Timeline and images.
Segmenting friends into lists so you can monitor who sees what
When you add friends, make sure that you put them into a specific list. Are they people that you want to be able to see photos of your children or your private activities? Put those people into Family and/or Close Friends. And then put anyone else into relevant lists that link them all together so you can tailor any personal content that you do want to show to those who are not Family or Close Friends.
You could look to activate Subscriptions so that people can follow your public status updates without having to friend you. However, if you are trying to keep the two entities separate, I would be tempted to leave that switched off and to not accept friend requests from people that
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