Are you missing friends on Facebook?

Facebook News Feed

  So you have been on Facebook for quite some time. You have been through all their updates and changes, good and bad. Well it seems like Facebook has done another roll out of a feature that you may not even know about. Have you been reading your news feed and wondering where everyone is? Does it seem like some of your friends are missing? Well it is not your imagination, they really are missing! Well not really but they are hidden in the news feed. Facebook has made a … Read more

Google+ Invites, get em here!

So I have been on Google+ for a couple of days now and it has its advantages and dis-advantages. I could sit here and complain about the lack of friends as opposed to Facebook or I can exclaim how great the circle concept is. Instead I would rather get some more people on board Google+. It seems like some nice people, like Garry Conn are doing it too, so I figured why not share as well. When I joined Google+ (Thanks Terence) I was given some invites. These invites come … Read more

Add as friend -or- Like?

Like me!In case you have been watching my doings over the past couple of days you have probably noticed that I created a ‘Fan Page’┬áno wait a ‘Like Page‘ for my public┬ápersona.

Wow! You might think, who the heck am I that I think I can create a ‘Like Page’ for myself.

I am not some famous author, big public speaker, singer/song writer or even a Doctor turned Tv Celebrity

You are most certainly correct! I am none of the above…

So what makes me think that I can create a public ‘Like Page‘ and people will actually come?

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How to import your blog feed into Facebook

There are several ways of doing this, but I am going to show you how to do it using the tools Facebook offers directly.

If anyone uses a service to do this like TwitterFeed or something similar, feel free to post in the comments below and let me know your feelings about their service. I for one don’t like to rely on third party services unless it is absolutely necessary.

To start, you must first have a blog, it could be self hosted on your own domain name or it could be on Blogger.com or WordPress.com. It doesn’t really matter where your blog is you just need to have an RSS feed which all blogs do.

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