Change Facebook Page Name after 200 Likes

Facebook Page Name Change Trick

As a Facebook page owner, you might have encountered limitations when you try to change the name of your Facebook page after 200 likes. In the past, Facebook only allowed page name changes before reaching 200 likes. However, in 2017, there was a black hat trick that could bypass this limitation. Please note that I have not checked if this trick is still working in 2023, but I will share it with you nonetheless.

Black Hat Trick to Change Name after 200 Likes on Facebook Page (2017)

One method to change your page name after 200 likes are to use a VPN extension like ZenMate. First, download and install Google Chrome if you haven’t already. Then go to the Chrome web store and search for ZenMate VPN. Install the extension and restart Chrome.


The ZenMate icon will appear on the top right-hand side of your browser. Click on the icon and activate ZenMate, then select a public location in the United States.


Next, go to your Facebook page and click on the “About” section in the left-side menu. Click on “Edit” next to your page name. You will see a text box where you can input your new page name. Make sure that your new name represents your brand or business. Click “Continue” and you will receive a notification that your page name change is under review by Facebook. If your new name is in line with Facebook policy, your page name will be changed shortly.

Rename a Facebook Page after 200 Likes

White Hat Trick to Change Facebook Page Name (2023)

While the black hat trick mentioned above may no longer work, there is a white hat trick you can use to change your page name slowly and with Facebook’s approval. Instead of submitting a full name change request at once, change the name in parts. For example, if you want to change your page name from “Stock Market News” to “Nifty Analysis Live,” first try changing it to “Stock Market and Nifty Analysis.” Wait for 10 to 15 days before submitting another name change request, then try changing it to “Stock Market and Nifty Analysis Live.” Wait for another 10 to 15 days before submitting the final name change request to “Nifty Analysis Live.” This method is 100% legal and has been proven to work.


How do I change my Facebook page name after the limit?

You can try the white hat trick mentioned above, which involves changing the name in parts and waiting between each name change request. Alternatively, you can try contacting the Facebook support helpline to see if they can help you change your page name.

How can I change my Facebook page name after 5000 likes?

Unfortunately, Facebook does not allow page name changes after reaching 5000 likes. You will need to create a new page and start from scratch.

Why won’t Facebook let me change my business page name?

Facebook has specific policies and guidelines for page names, and if your new name doesn’t meet those criteria, they may reject your name change request. Make sure that your new name accurately represents your brand or business and follows Facebook’s guidelines.

How long before I can change my Facebook page name?

If your name change request is approved by Facebook, your page name will be changed shortly. If it is rejected, you will need to wait at least 60 days before submitting another name change request.


In conclusion, changing your Facebook page name after reaching 200 likes may seem challenging, but with the right approach, it can be done legally and with Facebook’s approval. Use the white hat trick mentioned above, or try contacting Facebook support for assistance. Remember to choose a name that accurately represents your brand or business, and follow Facebook’s guidelines. Good luck.

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Author: Indrajit Mukherjee

Indrajit is a professional blogger and trading system developer. Amibroker expert, Wordpress expert, SEO expert and stock market analyst.Trading since 2002, he has started the journey of on 2008. He follows Indian and world stock markets closely.

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