Facebook Feeds on your Website: A Catch…

Many organizations add an automatic feed from their Facebook Page onto their websites. It’s a great way to re-use your Facebook Page posts and to have dynamic, changing content appear on your website. However, there is a “catch” you should be aware of…

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Google Reader is Dead, Now What? Many Solutions!

Google Reader is a service that has a large following of users that depend upon it to keep them up-to-date on their favorite websites and blogs — for many years now. Google just announced the death of Google Reader effective July 1, 2013. If you are an avid user, now what? Fortunately, there are many…

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Tumblr RSS is still down for everyone

By now most people have heard that Tumblr.com, and the many blogs hosted on Tumblr, were down for almost 24 hours due to a database cluster problem. Well, guess what? Everyone’s RSS feeds for their various Tumblr-hosted blogs are still down! Even though the blogs have finally become available, the RSS feeds are still not…

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Mapping Your Projects

Link: Mapping Your Projects “I was just looking through my projects to see what’s what, and where I’m spending my time and to understand how one thing might better feed another thing. In doing this, I found that drawing it out, using a mind map, was a great way to ensure that I could see…

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Answer: How to Add Blog or RSS Feed to Facebook Pages (not FB Notes)

In an earlier post, I asked if anyone knew of a reliable way to have your blog articles automatically posted to your Facebook Page wall, without using Facebook’s built-in Notes Import function (which no longer works reliably or at all for many Pages). We then stumbled across a Facebook app called “RSS Graffiti”. RSS Graffiti…

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