Meta introduces Blue Check on Instagram and Facebook . Blue ticks or verified badges on Facebook and Instagram appear next to the Page or account name, as well as in search.
Blue Check Mark on Facebook and Instagram This indicates that Meta has confirmed that an account is a genuine presence.
It means the original creator, public figure, celebrity or global brand it represents.
Having this verified badge will help people more easily find the accounts they want to follow.
Who can be verified on Facebook ? although in theory, anyone can be verified on Facebook , they must meet strict verification criteria to be approved.
The team also bases their review on a number of inputs to determine whether an account qualifies for verification.
This verified request is also based on eligibility.
To be considered for a blue verified badge, Facebook Pages and profiles must comply with our Terms of Service and Community Standards.
Accounts must have a profile photo , cover photo , and a Page name that follows the guidelines.
Instagram accounts must follow our Terms of Service and Community Guidelines.
In addition, the account must also:
Your account must represent a real person, registered business or entity.
Your account must be public and have a bio, profile photo and at least one post.
Your profile must not contain “add me” links to other social media services.
Your account must be a unique presence of the entity it represents.
Generally, one account per entity can be verified, with the exception of language-specific accounts.
Your account must represent a well-known and highly sought-after individual, brand or entity.
The team will review accounts featured across multiple news sources and do not consider paid or promotional content a source for review.
Step 1: Select the type of account to verify. You can request verification for your Facebook profile or Facebook Page .
Step 2: Confirm your authenticity.
Step 3: Confirm your fame.
Step 4: Wait.
As for Instagram
Authentic : does your account represent a real person, registered business or brand? You can’t be a meme page or a fan account.
Unique : only one account per person or business can get Instagram verification , with the exception of language-specific accounts.
Public : private Instagram accounts are not eligible for verification.
Complete: do you have a complete bio, profile photo, and at least one post?
Notable: this is where things get subjective, but Instagram defines a famous name as one that is “famous” and “highly sought after”.
The verification process on Instagram is actually quite simple:
Go to your Instagram profile and tap on the hamburger icon in the top right corner
Tap Request Verification
Fill in the application form.
Your legal name
“Known as” or your work name (if applicable)
Select your category or industry (example: bloggers/influencers, sports, news/media, business/brands/organizations, etc.)
You will also need to submit a photo of your government official ID. For individuals, it could be a driver’s license or passport. For businesses, utility bills, official business documents, or tax filings are sufficient.
Good luck for those of you who want to request verification from Meta .