Jul 23
2011

6 Ways to Easily Add Content to Your Facebook Fan Page

Written by Chris Adams | posted in Online Marketing, Social Media | 5 Comments

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There are a number of ways to add content to your Facebook Fan Page such as posting it directly – I know, duh! But if you’re like me you want things done in an automated fashion requiring as little time as possible to get the job done, and that is where these six services come into play.

#1: Ping.fm

You can use a service like Ping.fm to have one post syndicated to multiple sources, your Fan Page included.

#2-4: RSS Feeds

Connecting the Fan Page with an RSS feed (i.e. your blog) is extremely simple and can be done via any of these applications:

#5-6 Scheduled Content

  • Roost.com has the capability to schedule content to post to your Fan Page. Their system is very intuitive and even has recommendations on the best type of content to post and how often to post. Using this feature set is 100% free.
  • One last way to post to your Fan Page is through HootSuite, check out their blog for more information on doing so. HootSuite offers both free and paid options.
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    1. If you’re looking for the best “dead simple” option go with one of the RSS feeds. They will allow you to connect to your blog’s RSS feed and never look back – and it only takes 3 minutes to setup.

    2. If you want the ability to schedule content to post into the future (totally awesome), use HootSuite or Roost. I think we can all relate to the problem that the amount of work to be done is either a flood or a drought. Just because things get busy does not mean your Fan Page can be left behind, that’s a sure fire way to demolish what you have built. This is where HootSuite and Roost come into play, making it easy to put together a months worth of postings in advance – saves you time and keeps your Fan Page alive.

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  • http://twitter.com/bbrian017 Brian

    Right now to update my Facebook I’m using a program names twitterfeed and it’s working great! Thanks for the great ideas Chris.

    • http://redtigertraining.com Chris Adams

      Twitterfeed is definitely a great one to use. Thanks for the tip.

  • http://twitter.com/maddencorner A.Tatum

    Great post and it helps point people in the right direction if they’re not sure what to do.

    • http://redtigertraining.com Chris Adams

      Thanks for stopping by – hopefully it reduces one less hurdle for those who haven’t made the jump.

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