If the URL of a Facebook page changes, the likes will still be associated with the page, as long as the page itself remains intact and is not deleted.
However, if the URL of a Facebook post changes, the likes and other engagement metrics associated with the post will be lost. To avoid losing likes in this scenario, you can either redirect the old URL to the new URL using a server-side redirect, or you can create a new post with the updated URL and inform your followers of the change.
When a URL changes, the likes associated with the old URL are usually lost. To preserve your Facebook likes, you can use a URL redirection service. This service will redirect traffic from the old URL to the new URL, preserving the likes and any other engagement metrics.
Here are the steps you can follow to implement URL redirection:
By following these steps, you can ensure that your Facebook likes are preserved even if your URL changes.