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Frustrated with blog postings linking to Facebook, pls help!!

So for months I had my feed set up to go right to my business FB wall, and have even installed a plug-in that said "to read more, please click here to visit my website..." to ensure I was getting hits on my website, not just having people read my whole post on FB.

Well, now that FB has disabled the ability to automatically feed through their Notes app, I'm having problems. I'm now using NetworkBlogs to syndicate to FB, but it takes ages for posts to show, and some don't at all! Meanwhile a separate blog I keep more for fun gets syndicated almost immediately to FB...

Is there any other effective way to automatically post to FB, or am I better off to sharing each individual post manually?

thanks in advance for any advice ladies!

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Mine won't pull at all, and when I do the feed check, everything is fine.  It's annoying.  I shared my post from today manually, and hope this is just a result of some upgrade or change and they will be back to doing things as per usual in the next day or so.

I created a "page" and it feeds OK. Posts never show up immediately (I think it scouts at intervals which I have no control over). You may see some of the links twice because at first I added them myself. Please check it out (I appreciate new followers): https://www.facebook.com/pages/Or-Tals-Writings/242945065763380

You are better off publishing links to your posts manually on Facebook in real time.  The way they have changed the news feeds, they give more weight to sharing stories that are posted manually versus syndicated, so you are more likely to be at the top of your readers' feeds.

You can also program them into hootsuite. Also, if you have a ping.fm account then you can use the wp-plugin called CR Post to Ping.fm, which will auto-populate to your personal, like page, twitter... Hope that helps.

Golda

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