Facebook and WordPress Team Up On Plugin

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It wasn’t allowed until it was.  You may not have noticed, but when you sent your latest blog posts to your Facebook page with something like Networked Blogs, it never reached the walls of your fans.

This was because Facebook didn’t want auto-posting to Facebook pages.  Low user engagement with their ads, or something like that, was the reason we all speculated.

Guess who allows auto-posting to Facebook now?  Facebook does!


Through their new plugin released recently for WordPress. You know WordPress, the software which runs 16% + of the top 1 million sites on the web.  (And on that note, now might be just the time to become a Blog Success member and learn the power of dominating your niche with WordPress, hmmm?)

Here’s the scoops…

UPDATED: Facebook Deepens WordPress Integration With New


Users of blogging platform WordPress can now take advantage of greater integration with Facebook following the social network’s release of a plugin that enables features such as social publishing and mentions.

Now Live: Official Facebook Plugin for WordPress and WordPress


Facebook just announced their first official plugin for WordPress: Starting today WordPress publishers can easily integrate Facebook features, such as social publishing and mentions, through [...]

Facebook’s WordPress tool turns blogging into a more social


The integrations are made possible via a Facebook for WordPress plugin that can be downloaded here, enabling bloggers and administrators of WordPress-based sites in order to cross-publish content to WordPress,

Facebook Launches WordPress Tool, Makes Blogging More Social


The integrations are accessible through a Facebook for WordPress plugin (available here) and allow bloggers and administrators of WordPress-based sites to cross-publish content to WordPress, their own Facebook


About Jack Humphrey

Jack Humphrey is an internet marketing consultant with 12 years of experience under his belt. He does a weekly podcast called the Friday Traffic Report with co-host Jim Stroud and is the author of Bending The Web.