I was able get the previous posts to post to the wall, but new posts are only on the note page, not on the wall. nibbyp This is not working for me either. Now i'll publish my post manually. Perhaps you need a note in existence on your FB Fan Page ??? http://win8s.com/to-facebook/facebook-import-blog-not-working.html
I think that automated tools have their place, but your post demonstrates one of the downsides. Greenlava, July 17, 2010 at 3:46 PM @spk1. Now - what does that say :-). Here’s an article that shows you the research to back up my advice.
You be shown a preview of the import. not sure why, any ideas? David July 2nd I tried this and it didn't work. Douglas Karr Twitterfeed does a fine job of this.
Brian Carr For those of you who have fan pages, have you noticed a lot of traffic coming to your site(s) from Facebook? Reply Mike says: January 30, 2013 at 2:23 pm So how do I undo networked blogs. I found that people were MUCH less likely to share my content after they realized that the link they were sharing didn't lead to my actual blog. Networkedblogs Any advice?
On the question of Facebook, my take is that it's a social platform and therefore you should be present to be social. Facebook Notes App Bummer about the lower reach. Reply Vicki Bensinger says: July 24, 2012 at 12:42 pm I use NetworkBlogs and mine is still posting to Facebook. I have been obsessing about getting my posts to link automatically but now I think you have hit the nail on the head.
thanks for this article!Is there anyway for a link to my original blog entry to automatically be included, say, under the title of the note that has been imported?Thank you for Link Blogger To Facebook Good luck! Notes doesn't work ANYTHING LIKE WHAT ALL THE ARTICLES SAY!!! Laborious but it workds!
I prefer to hand pick and post the links as I choose them. I added my first note on my Fan Page and then just added the blog url. Import Blog To Facebook 2015 ducttape I'm afraid it's a bit quirky and the posts don't always show up as they should Dailyman Just a few questions:1. Import Blog To Facebook Page I have no idea there is such a limit.
Dailyman Try to paste your RSS feed with http://blogname and or with http://www.blogname one of them will work 100% Don Current Yeah, I found the same thing as John Judd. this contact form Very frustrating!!!!I tend to 'stop importing' then redo the whole adding of the feed. Oh, and not trying to cover all the SM platforms. So I put my link on FB manually, and it did seem to work better. Import Blog To Facebook 2016
For me, it worked fine up until June 15, 2010 and hasn't been fixed yet. Leslie Hey John, Thanks for the post. FunTimesGuide Facebook FREQUENTLY encounters temporary glitches like this one (the Notes no longer importing to a Fan Page wall). http://win8s.com/to-facebook/facebook-blog-import-not-working.html Click the + tab and choose Notes from the dropdown list.
You can contact me here: http://www.bloggingwithbeth.com/contact Reply Brendan Cullen says: August 2, 2012 at 4:24 pm Hi Beth, I never heard of automatic publishing of blog posts. How To Share Blog Post On Facebook Page Not every post is a winner – or of interest to me. Or it's just one time blog import (when you import your blog it imports all the blog posts to the Facebook)..
Wow. ducttape I'm afraid it's a bit quirky and the posts don't always show up as they should Dino This works fine in so far as setting up the FB Fan Page It looks like this whole blog importing thing doesn't work all that well. Bitly How to manage (edit or delete) added blogs on Facebook?
Nibby Priest This is not working for me either. To get to the individual post link, you have to click on the title of the post (from the home page). I was all busy trying to figure out how to do this and now you've convinced me not to! Check This Out It looks like this whole blog importing thing doesn't work all that well.
Hope that's helpful. Any ideas on how to fix that? Thanks for the tip, but seems as though Facebook still working out some of the kinks or purposely blocking feeds from some sites. These judgements seem to be based on who and what you’re engaging with when you’re logged into Facebook.