Tagging another Facebook page is simple.
Let's use an example. Let's say you would like to mention Social Report's Facebook page in your post. You would first need to find out our Facebook page name. You can do this by looking at our page address: https://www.facebook.com/socialreport and locating "socialreport", at the end of the link. Now, you can simply use @socialreport when designing your publication.
Below is an example of how to type this into the post scheduler:
Results in this:
Doing a Facebook Mention is equally as simple.
If you haven't been using Facebook Mentions yet, you are missing out on a fairly powerful feature that is second nature to all Twitter users but is something rather recent to Facebook.
The same as mentioning users on Twitter using the @ sign, you can now do the same thing on Facebook. Here is how it works;
1) Think of a page you would like to mention. In this example, let's use https://www.facebook.com/socialreport
2) Next, let's conduct a message. Let's say something like "Using @socialreport to post my first mention"
3) Now, login to your Social Report account, click on Publishing > Schedule a Post, design your personalised message and click 'Publish Now'
4) Now check your Facebook feed - you will see something like this:
You may click on the mention to re-direct users to the page you have mentioned.
Facebook Mentions only work on Pages and not on Personal Profiles or Groups. You may only mention Pages but not users.