Connecting FB Page to Blog Birgit Pauli-Haack
Go to Apps Settings
Authorize RSS Graffiti on Your Profile
Review Request for Permission, Allow
Success!
Configure RSS Graffiti For Your Page
Review Request For Permission, Allow
Profile & Page connected to RSS Graffiti
Add A Feed
Grab Feed URL
Paste Feed URL in Field <ul><ul><li>Use “Click here to fetch and preview” link </li></ul></ul>
Review Preview and Auto-Complete
Feed configured
Feed Settings - Filter
Feed Settings – Transform
Feed Settings - Schedule
Feed Settings - More
General Settings for Fan Page
General Application Settings
Multi-posting
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Using RSS Graffiti To connect Facebook Page to Your Blog

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Step-by-Step, Screen-by-Screen instructions on how to connect your Facebook Page to your Blog, using your RSS feed and the Facebook App "RSS Graffiti".

Automate the process of sharing your content with your Facebook fans.

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Using RSS Graffiti To connect Facebook Page to Your Blog

  1. 1. Connecting FB Page to Blog Birgit Pauli-Haack
  2. 2. Go to Apps Settings
  3. 3. Authorize RSS Graffiti on Your Profile
  4. 4. Review Request for Permission, Allow
  5. 5. Success!
  6. 6. Configure RSS Graffiti For Your Page
  7. 7. Review Request For Permission, Allow
  8. 8. Profile & Page connected to RSS Graffiti
  9. 9. Add A Feed
  10. 10. Grab Feed URL
  11. 11. Paste Feed URL in Field <ul><ul><li>Use “Click here to fetch and preview” link </li></ul></ul>
  12. 12. Review Preview and Auto-Complete
  13. 13. Feed configured
  14. 14. Feed Settings - Filter
  15. 15. Feed Settings – Transform
  16. 16. Feed Settings - Schedule
  17. 17. Feed Settings - More
  18. 18. General Settings for Fan Page
  19. 19. General Application Settings
  20. 20. Multi-posting
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