How many of you want an easier way to display some of your favorite blog content on your Facebook Page or Facebook profile? Thanks to these 5 handy RSS Feed apps for Facebook, you can supplement your status updates with lots of great content.
- Networked Blogs
One of my favorite RSS feed Facebook Apps. This one is FREE. With Networked Blogs, you can post multiple blogs and allow fans to easily share posts with their friends.
- RSS Tab
With RSS Tab App, you can publish up to 5 different blogs on your Facebook Page at one time. RSS Tab App also lets you customize the look of you blog links.
Shortstack App is another great option for Facebook Pages. This app offers lots of customization - in addition to just the ability to display RSS Feeds from your blogs.
- Social RSS
With Social RSS, you can customize your Facebook Page - as well as your profile. Like Shortstack App and RSS Tab App, you can display multiple blogs. This allows you the opportunity to share more content with your friends and fans.
- RSS Graffiti
posts any RSS Feed to your Facebook Page. By posting multiple blogs to your Facebook Page, you can share some of your favorite content with your fans from other websites.
So why should you supplement your content with other content?
By sharing your own personal status updates on your Facebook Page, along with content from outside blogs, you can create an engaging environment with your fans. Even more, instead of posting the same content over and over, you keep the focus on your page. For instance, if you are just launching your blog and you don’t have a lot of content, but know of other sites that are similar to your own site, you can import blog posts from outside sites to help your page look like it isn’t a ghosttown.
Additionally, you might be able to attract the eye of a site you promoted on your Facebook Page. This could lead to lots of BIG opportunities such as them asking you to guest blog on their site, advertising opportunities and most importantly, new fans because of the added exposure!
One last thing to note, when you use an RSS Feed App on your Facebook Pages, Facebook likes to group the content together.This is good if your share multiple blogs on your site – and they post quite often. This helps to consolidate the content. The best piece of advice that I can offer is to try one of these 5 RSS Feed apps on your Facebook Page and see which one you like best. They all offer something unique, depending on how customized you want to get.
If you are currently using one of these 5 RSS Apps for your Facebook Page or Facebook profile, I would love to hear which one in the comments below.