Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Facebook Freebies and How To Not Miss Posts

There are some time sensitive offers going on over at facebook right now.  I have shared them on my wall, so hurry over and get them before they are gone.


While you are there, make sure you hit the "like" button because I will often share a link there if I fear it may be over by the time I write a blog post about it.  Plus, all of my blog posts get filtered to my wall as well.


I also wanted to give all of you a little heads up so you do not miss any important posts.  If you follow many of your favorite blogs on facebook, you may have noticed that many of them use auto-posting applications that check for new posts on the blog page and then put them on the wall to save the time of copying and pasting links.  This is a huge time saver for us and it lets us focus on writing more posts instead of worrying about posting them in several different locations.


The problem that arises is that facebook only recognizes the application that is posting them onto the pages and will choose one at random to show and then hide the rest from your newsfeed.  If you look closely, you will see links with phrases like:
"See 379 more posts from RSS Graffiti"  and  "See 199 more posts from NetworkedBlogs"


These were copied directly from my facebook wall, so as you can see, unless I click on those links, I am missing out on A LOT of posts, which translates into missed deals.  Those little links can be easy to miss when scrolling through your newsfeed, so I just wanted you all to be aware of it so you could be on the lookout.

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