Facebook Automatic Posting

Profile picture of the author rodjones by rodjones Posted: 09/30/2011
Anyone know of a good Facebook automatic posting script that is web based? I heard that the non-web based software hurt your edge rank and doesn't show up in the news feed that often.
#automatic #facebook #posting

  • Profile picture of the author LukeBream
    LukeBream
    With the new edge rank algorithm changes autoposting REALLY, REALLY damages your visiblity within the neewsfeed.

    Best advice is to SIMPLY NOT DO IT ANYMORE.

    If you must do then their are a few providers who have been grated whitelisted status by facebook.

    Their was a big write up a few weeks ago about these changes and the various articles listed the whitelisted providers.
  • Profile picture of the author robertgrant
    robertgrant
    Where do you find Robotic Surfing's products?
  • Profile picture of the author brucemoore
    brucemoore
    Thanks for letting me know about edge ranking. I was wondering why my website RSS feed using the RSS graffiti app to post wasn't appearing on the new feed. roboticsurfing.com looks like a great solution.
  • Profile picture of the author RashmiP
    RashmiP
    Never heard of edge ranking so far. Great to know about it. How it affects any site's visit?
  • Profile picture of the author uumair
    uumair
    There are softwares and scripts available but i suggest you should not go for them as they are a kind of spam
  • Profile picture of the author mikedog
    mikedog
    billyski, thanks for sharing your knowledge on Facebook edge ranking. I will check out Robotic Surfing's auto poster. I've used Hootsuite before and other web based posters. Robotic Surfing looks like the ticket.
  • Profile picture of the author cyrano
    cyrano
    Is hootsuite ok to use? I
    Mean will it damage edge rankings?
  • Profile picture of the author dougyee
    dougyee
    o, Hoot Suite is a web based auto posting. You need a browser based auto posting.
  • Profile picture of the author kevinliu
    kevinliu
    I would stay away from the web based automatic posters like Hootsuite, Social Oomph, and the RSS Feeds. Facebook gives poor edgeranking.
  • Profile picture of the author cyriljeet
    cyriljeet
    use facebook blaster to do the same.
  • Profile picture of the author harry2black
    harry2black
    Facebook blaster fan page poster section hasn't work for months. They haven't updated to the latest Facebook changes. They also don't allow you to change Proxies so you can't setup multiple accounts. FFAP and Robotic Surfing are the best solutions to play the Facebook game.
  • Profile picture of the author smokingbill
    smokingbill
    Autoblogging is Spam. Don't waste your time, it's not effective and you don't gain any benefit. If you want to do comment blogging then manual and semi automatic blogging software like Robotic Surfing is the right way to do it.
  • Profile picture of the author YasirYar
    YasirYar
    I've used Hootsuite in the past, but I'd also never heard about this business with the new rankings issue. Posting by hand takes too much time though because I like to post to dozens of sites.
  • Profile picture of the author PatchesDM
    PatchesDM
    Automatic posting damages a lot of how your viewers look at you, if you take the time, or at least make it look like you do (;, to write out your post, users will respect your post more.
  • Profile picture of the author sanjon
    sanjon
    Its best to Use RSS feeds on ur facebook fan page... I have tested it and it works wonders as I ve integrated Google alerts with my feeds... so as soon as a content is indexed in google related to my Niche, it is automatically posted to my fan page.
  • Profile picture of the author pramwebninja
    pramwebninja
    hey read facebook terms and conditions - automatic and automation software use for auto posts are strictly prohibited. it can definitely demage your facebook account as well as your fun page.
  • Profile picture of the author Lisha5684
    Lisha5684
    Originally Posted by PatchesDM View Post
    Automatic posting damages a lot of how your viewers look at you, if you take the time, or at least make it look like you do (;, to write out your post, users will respect your post more.
    This is true. Online presence and reputation and people liking and respecting you is very important for your online business. So being as personal as possible is always best.
  • Profile picture of the author johnhayesfc
    johnhayesfc
    Like pramwebninja said, automatic posting is against their terms. Most of the time when it comes to autoposting the rule to know is that if it looks like a robot is doing something you will get hurt in the long run. With most automated posting tools, they tend to post the information, but the problem I see is that they always show it via (the automated posting script) used. It also shows your fans that you are using automated software to post. Best advice is to post on facebook by hand. My recommendation is to do this manually 2-5 times per day. I usually have it done 2 times in the morning and 2 times in the afternoon. Maybe post 1 link to your own content and the other 3 to related content. I mean it's not hard to post a couple links by hand. You have to do it with the automated software anyhow.
  • Profile picture of the author kizp
    kizp
    well a good spin syntax with targeted groups/users could help keep that spammy look down....
  • Profile picture of the author kennykjtan
    kennykjtan
    why would you want to do that? You risk getting your account blacklisted. My opinion, go with the white hat tactic

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