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Connecting A Blog To A Facebook Page

August 25, 2011

When you make a Facebook page, you can paste links on it using the old fashioned method, but you also have options for importing blogs automatically. We’ll look at one called RSS Graffiti, which is fairly popular. RSS Graffiti is a popular Facebook application that allows you to connect your blog to your Facebook account and do other similar things. A Facebook application is simply software that you can load into your Facebook account to add new features or to play games.

To get started, visit www.facebook.com/RSS.Graffiti and click the Go to App button. You can also go directly to http://apps.facebook.com/rssgraffiti/.

RSS Graffiti

In particular, check out the Setup Checklist. Basically, it’s saying that you need to authorize the application to do some things on your behalf—namely get your blog posts and then use your Facebook account to add them to the desired spot, such as a Facebook page.

  • To begin, click the Click Here to Authorize RSS Graffiti button.
  • Then click the Allow button. Nothing on the Internet is 100% secure, but authorizing this app is a reasonable risk, in part because a million people are using it.
  • Then click on the link for the Facebook page you want to connect your blog to.
  • Select the Click Here to Add RSS Graffiti to This Fan Page button.
  • Then click the Add RSS Graffiti button.
  • Next, click the Click to Authorize button. Then click the Allow button.
  • Finally, you should see a screen, where you can click the Add Feed.

What we will be doing is adding a feed. A feed is a way of enabling a person (or a program) to subscribe to a blog. Many people read blogs using programs like Google Reader, and what reader programs do is connect to a feed. The feed announces when a new post has been made. In this case, RSS Graffiti is taking the blog posts from the feed and posting them on Facebook automatically.

  • In the screen that pops up, enter the address of your blog feed in the Feed URL box.
  • After pasting the link, click the Click Here to Fetch and Preview It link (see the previous image).
  • You should get a preview of your blog. Then you can click the Save button.

Next, try making a post on your blog. Then cross your fingers and check back on your Facebook page in a bit. Ideally, your post will appear there. If it doesn’t appear in 10–15 minutes, make a new post. If that one doesn’t appear the next day, I recommend going back to the manual method of copying and pasting blog post links on your Facebook page. Welcome to the world of open source content management system meets Facebook meets third-party Facebook application. Things don’t always work, so it’s good to have a backup plan.

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