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How to sync your blog to Facebook wall?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by SEOfarmer, Nov 15, 2011.

  1. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    Is there anyway I can sync my WP blog post automatically to facebook wall these days? It seems that FB has been making so many changes lately that a lot of plugins and methods stopped working.

    Even their internal app "notes" has taken out the 'import your blog' feature.

    Any input about this will be great. Thank you very much.
     
  2. newbie87

    newbie87 BANNED BANNED

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    Use Rss Grafiti :)
     
  3. euhero

    euhero Regular Member

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    If you are referring to syndication and posting post automatically with facebook walls and pages that you own then you must check out networkblogs

    Code:
    http://www.networkedblogs.com/
    Their syndication is quite cool and easy to use, I personally use them with 90 facebook accounts with a minimum of 1k friends of each account. It gets the traffic moving to my blog post.

    Hope it helps
     
  4. alanpoly

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    Their syndication is pretty cool and simple to use, I individually use them with 90 facebook accounts with a least amount of 1k friends of each account. It gets the passage moving to my blog post.
     
  5. Inception_AC

    Inception_AC Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Anyone notice anything here?? ^^^^

    same person using 2 diff usernames...
     
  6. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    hum... any other solutions beside networked blogs?
     
  7. euhero

    euhero Regular Member

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    wtf. How did this happened?

    Alanpoly? are you a bot? You just copy and pasted my post and some minor error. lol

    And I'm not using double accounts. Not affiliated with network blogs. Quite funny though on whats happening here.
     
  8. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    Thanks for your suggestions about network blogs.
    I just signed up and it doesnt seem to syndicate my post to my fan page wall.

    I have searched up for some YT tutorials, but it seems that since FB changed their layout / interface, I cannot find the networkedblogs icon for sharing.

    Can someone please confirm this? Thanks.
     
  9. leeluther252

    leeluther252 Registered Member

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    onlywire.com is free and can post to all social networks at once. Im sure there are others but Im happy with their system. There are paid versions but the free one works well
     
  10. man0n

    man0n Newbie

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    i use twitterfeed and it allow to sync Facebook, twitter, linkedin, hellotxt and statusnet
     
  11. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    Thanks. I just checked the free version out.
    What do they meant by 'submission' - 300max.
    I assume thats PER MONTH right?
     
  12. euhero

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    Using networked blogs is really easy.

    Here's a little tutorial for you.

    1.in the upper right corner of network blogs website, click register a blog
    2. Put your website url and other detail then click next.
    3. A confirmation will come out that you really owned the website you are going to register. just click yes.
    4. Choose install the widget and get the code and install it on your blog. then it will confirmed when you finish clicking verify now.
    5. When you have successfully registered the blog, just click profile and select the blog.
    6. In the left side of the website you will find syndicate. Then just click grant permission.
    7. Click add facebook target or add twitter target. choose the target you want. example: profile of facebook, fan pages and groups.


    And its done. I forgot how to add the tab to your facebook fanpage though but I think its easy, just forgot.

    So everytime you post on your blog it will automatically syndicate to all your target facebook wall.

    Hope it helps.
     
  13. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    Thanks,
    do i need to get that widget installed on my blog tho? thats because i dont really want it.

    I have setup everything you said, (when thru the 3-customization steps), but it just wasnt syndicating for some reason.

    I can see the posts fed off to my networkedblog profile successfully, just not on my wall.

    Thanks again
     
  14. euhero

    euhero Regular Member

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    It will show up about 5-8 mins delay. And you can remove the widget after verifying the account. Glad it worked for you.
     
  15. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    I am getting this issue and searched on Google. It seems like alot of people are experiencing the same issue, are you getting it as well with syndication?

    Authentication error blocked publishing recent posts
    This error is resolved now, and future posts will publish as usual. It's listed for reference only. No further action required.
    When you change your Facebook password or permissions settings, Facebook may revoke publishing permissions, which causes syndication to stop. Visiting this page renews these permissions, so you're all set. This error message will disapper after the next post gets published successfully.
     
  16. euhero

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    Nope. Im not getting the error so far. Didn't have problem using it. I really dont know what happens with yours. Is it syndicating?
     
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    I believe so yes. Being free its an amazing tool.


     
  18. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    I really dont know neither.
    It seems to be able to syndicate to my personal page, but not a fan page :(

    Anyways, I really appreciate your help. Thanks

    Thank'ed and Rep'ed
     
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    Twitterfeed is fine, but sometimes it gets hung up. For just getting new blog posts to your FB fanpage, RSS Graffiti is the easiest way and it lets you set how many to pull at a time to put on your wall and how often to check for new posts.

    Free and easy to use which is what we all like:) Free easy and doesn't talk back!
     
  20. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    Thanks.
    Yeah. I have decided to go with RSS Graffiti for FB
    For twitter, I am going with dlvr.it (seems like a solid service).

    Unless anyone has any other suggestions