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What's the difference between a page and a group on facebook?

Asked by mathwhiz1 (264points) March 1st, 2010

I saw that there was both a page and a group for Driver Parallel Lines. Is one better than the other? Can people do more stuff in the group since they can become a fan of a page but they can join a group?

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squidcake's avatar

Well originally pages were just for companies, celebrities and whatnot who couldn’t have actual profiles. Groups were more about either a cause or a group that you’re a part of in real life. Pages are more about observing, groups are more about participating.

cbloom8's avatar

Groups are more active communities while pages are simply topics of interest you can become a fan of. This difference is becoming more and more subtle, however, as more people make each of these.

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