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  1. thecatalystpartnership
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    So I wanted to connect my wordpress blog to my Facebook Pace (not Facebook account). I kept getting errors it is was only possible to connect to my Facebook account. I finally realised that my Facebook Page was not associated with my Facebook account because it was not created from my Facebook account profile but from the Facebook login page. I imagine many people have done this before and not realised it until they tried to connect their blog to their Facebook page.

    I can obviously create a new Facebook page from my Facebook account. The alternative would be to find a way to associate my Facebook page to my Facebook account.

    I know it's not strictly a wordpress issue. But the experience to resolve this probably reside within wordpress users having experienced the same problem.

    The blog I need help with is thecatalystpartnership.wordpress.com.

  2. You can use Networked Blogs http://www.networkedblogs.com/ or RSS Grafitti http://www.facebook.com/RSS.Graffiti for posting to Facebook walls if you prefer.

    RSS Graffiti periodically checks the RSS/Atom feeds that you specify and posts any new entries it finds to the Facebook Walls that you specify.

    You can get any feed written on any wall (Facebook Profiles, Fan Pages, Groups, Events and Application Profile Pages). In fact, multiple feeds to multiple walls. You choose the combination.

  3. I have been having problems with the Facebook Publicize feature and thought I would try TT's suggestion. Just got hooked up with RSS Graffiti and so far, so good! Maybe a simple switch-over like this will make life a little easier for me now! *fingers crossed*

  4. thecatalystpartnership
    Member

    I guess I was just lucky to fiind this. Posting blogs manually to a Facebook should not be that hard. I mean most businesses only have one Facebook Page and probably write less than one blog per day.

    http://mashable.com/2011/09/09/facebook-third-party-apps-study/
    http://www.blogaid.net/google-and-facebook-changed-and-so-must-ihttp://edgerankchecker.com/blog/2011/09/does-using-a-third-party-api-decrease-your-engagement-per-post/

  5. Good info. Thanks to everyone.

  6. @artisticgeek
    That's good to hear. Best wishes. :)

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