I also have the Share and Follow plugin that you do and that's dong the same. Anvesh Thanks for your article. Not every post is a winner – or of interest to me. Would it make any difference if I set it where they posted the blog on facebook? have a peek at this web-site
LikeLike Simon March 27, 2010 at 6:48 pm | Reply Thank you very much. You can also "cross polinate" comments between Facebook and your WordPress blog. Sounds like it still needs some work. Hope that helps!
Grandma Mary OMG!! Reply Liz Eastwood says: July 9, 2012 at 12:34 am Beth, by god you're right! Thanks, Anis!
It has been incredibly frustrating since all of my instructions/rubrics are published Google Docs. LikeLike Ryan Markel March 8, 2010 at 7:24 pm | Reply Have you looked into the new option for Publicize to post to your Facebook account? LikeLike Divya December 16, 2010 at 4:30 am | Reply I keep getting the error: Import Failed We couldn't find a feed using the URL you provided. How To Share Blogger Post On Facebook Page FB moves fast.
Arrgh! Link Blogger To Facebook Page I found Networked Blogs to be a little confusing on the setup but hope that helps and thanks for the question! Thank you! Thanks, Sharon.
Any ideas on how to fix that? Import Blog To Facebook 2016 Everything looks correct, but it still shows up on the personal page. WordPress - I'm a HUGE fan of WordPress, so I will almost always recommend doing the switch if you can. Debbie Saenz Thanks so much!
Now if you wanted to get drastic and completely delete your blog post and post a whole new post then it would repost. But I will use my escape clause above and lead them back to your comment (chuckle) Can you do it within your Feedburner account? Import Blog To Facebook 2015 The page that I linked before is working for now. Import Blog To Facebook Page thanks.
The best part about… John Judd John, I tried following your guide to add my blog to my FB business page but couldn't get it to work. http://sistemainmo.com/to-facebook/facebook-iphoto-app-not-working.php Cross our hearts. Laborious but it workds! No photos… LikeLike Brandy July 22, 2009 at 10:15 pm | Reply It seemed to work fine for me. Blogger Post To Facebook Automatically
Whether you're using self-hosted WordPress or WordPress.com, the option to do so is in the same place. Unfortunately I tried to check it out but it currently is only viewable by people who have been added. Hope you can help, thanks! Source GrandmaMary Here's my latest blog post featuring Adam Schein, my voice twin: Social Media Week in Review and My Voice Twin.
Laborious but it workds! Networkedblogs App Anywho, it seems like a really great tool. Enter NetworkedBlogs – a Facebook app you can use to import your blog into a Facebook profile or Page.
Good Luck and may the force be with you! I had used Networked Blogs when I learned about them from Andrea during a Social Media School class for a page I maintain (http://www.facebook.com/QuickLessons?sk=wall). You can also go into Facebook and just search NetworkedBlogs to find it. Link Blog To Facebook Business Page http://theedublogger.edublogs.org/feed vii) On the preview of your imported blog page click Confirm Import if you are happy with the Preview.
http://www.axxamovies.org. I never follow someone who doesn't have personal conversations ongoing in their Twitter feed. No it doesn't look like it however you could add a link at the bottom of your posts like I do to get people to subscribe. http://sistemainmo.com/to-facebook/facebook-friend-import-not-working.php Importing Multiple Blog Feeds You are only allowed to import one blog feed using this method.
LikeLike imdave August 4, 2009 at 4:07 pm | Reply I've been trying to import my blog into my business page on Facebook, but it keeps showing up on my Have fun, Blazing Hot Concepts Blazing Hot Concepts / Jun 5, 2009 / Respond Pingback: Pimp My Facebook! | Edublogs Live This sounds really great, however I use my Facebook to I believe Feedburner used to allow splicing of 2 feeds; however, after I got your reply back, I went to take a look. I have unfollowed people who auto post their blog feed.
Facebook appears to do it sporadically on my high volume feeds. Here's my advice - You need to make a decision that works for you and your business. This is exactly what you want, so that your page fans (those who have liked your page) see your blog post title show up in their feed. mmreesescott / Jun 1, 2009 / Respond Glad the directions helped and please let me know how your Facebook friends find reading your posts in Facebook.
Sue Waters / Jun 1, 2009 / Respond Hear, hear, thanks Sue. Also works if you're a IT -consultant, you have access to the blog and the fb page - and can let the customer's blog publish on the customer's fb page. Got an active license? I haven't tested that but for many of my clients, the convenience has been worth it, otherwise they wouldn't take the time.
Reply torya says: October 28, 2012 at 1:08 am Thank you for this post! David July 2nd I tried this and it didn't work. My blog is aimed mainly at parents and I have recommended that my students access the class blog through the traditional channel. LikeLike Dave Ference November 22, 2009 at 7:39 pm | Reply I will try it that way and see if it works out.
You can find instructions on the option here. gustafsegerstrom Many many thanks. Shea Grandma Mary, this was such a helpful post and video! Having to double or triple post your content can be a drag.
And as for Blogger vs. I don't get it. This is what I did for my EthicalBusinessBuilder.com blog: In FB, bring up your Fan Page (click on Ads and Pages in the bottom left) On the Edit Page screen, scroll