This may sound like an entirely Facebook issue, and if it is I apologize, but I'm not entirely sure that's the case so bear with me...
I recently decided to start using publicize with Facebook to get my WordPress posts shared in an automated fashion to my Facebook friends. I was already doing this with Twitter, and liked how it was working out (and I'd much rather write through Twitter and WordPress than directly post to Facebook anyway).
I have noticed that while tweets always appear in my Timeline and on the News Feed of any of my friends as individual, visually separate Facebook "posts," all of my WordPress activity gets summarized/aggregated into a little box that hides way down on my Timeline (and doesn't seem to appear in anyone's News Feed at all). This is unfortunate, and pretty much makes my Facebook publicizing useless because nobody sees the content.
I could understand this sort of visual compartmentalization if I spammed my WordPress blog a lot, but I make a very conscious effort to never post more than once a day or so (and by comparison I often tweet a couple times within the same day, which makes this all the more puzzling).
Over on the Facebook side of things, I can see that my Twitter application settings and WordPress application settings are identical with regard to their permissions, and neither one appears to have any settings on the Facebook side to say "do or don't squash this content into a little box."
So I'm wondering, is it possible something on the WordPress side of things is responsible for this? Is there a setting I need to change somewhere? I'm new to this aspect of WordPress, thanks very much for any guidance.
The blog I need help with is trackofalljades.wordpress.com.