When you publish a new post, the post can be shared to your Facebook Profile or a Facebook Page automatically.
Setting Up Sharing to a Facebook Page
First, you'll need to connect your blog to a Facebook Page. This only needs to be done once.
2. Click the Connect your blog to Facebook link.
4. Click the Like button. If the page has been previously Liked, click the x to Unlike the page and then click Like again to prompt the Facebook connection.
5. In the pop-up box, select the Page from the drop-down menu.
6. Click OK.
Set Posts to Share All New Posts Automatically
You can opt to share all new posts to your Facebook Page when the posts are published.
2. Check the box next to the Facebook Page listed to always publish posts to the selected page. You can also opt to share to a Facebook Profile or Twitter account.
3. Click the Save Changes button.
When composing posts in your Typepad account, the Share This Post box will be automatically checked when the post status is set to Publish or Publish On... You can uncheck the sharing option for individual accounts before publishing through the Typepad application.
If the post is set to Draft status, the Share This Post boxes will not be available when editing your post. Once the post's status is changed to Publish or Publish On..., you will be able to share the post.
With posts set to always share to the selected accounts, posting via the following methods will be automatically shared:
- Posts scheduled to be published in the future.
- Posts sent to the secret email address.
- Posts published from a mobile device, like Blogsy, or the iPhone app.
- Posts published via a desktop editor, like Microsoft Word, Windows Live Writer, or Desk.
- Posts published by a Guest Author or Co-Owner/Admin.
Not quite what you are looking for? Check out these other articles:
- For more information on integrating with Facebook, the article on Facebook features has you covered.
- If you are looking to share to Twitter, see the share to Twitter article.
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