From Blog to Facebook: Testing WordBooker

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Several clients whose sites utilize WordPress (those who have built Web sites under the Libra program as well as those who have WordPress blogs connected to their Web sites) have expressed interest in having blog entries published automatically to Facebook.

After researching a number of options, I’ve decided to give WordBooker — a much-touted WordPress plugin — a test run.

In fact, this blog post from nSiteful’s Tech Blog is the first test balloon.

If you see a reference to this blog entry on nSiteful’s Facebook Business (“Fan”) page, then WordBooker might just be working as promised.

Stay tuned. We’ll let you know what we think. If the plugin performs well, we’ll give it our seal of approval and add it to our standard battery of plugins for the Libra program. (Note to adventurous clients: Feel free to install and test WordBooker yourselves!)

[Postscript at 10:40 pm ET:]

It worked!

Here’s a screenshot from nSiteful’s Facebook Business Page wall:

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The nSiteful Tech Blog (the official blog of nSiteful Web Builders, Inc. since January of 2013) is where I (Jeff Cohan) and (occasionally) associates will be posting articles of potential interest to like-minded techies, nSiteful clients who are playing active roles in the maintenance of their own Web sites and blogs, and pretty much anyone interested in how Web strategies and tools can help them reach their goals.

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About Jeff Cohan

Jeff and his wife, Margie, are the proud parents of Sarah and Jake. Jeff is the founder, president and chief cook and bottle washer of nSiteful Web Builders, Inc., a Web development and Internet Consulting firm. In his spare time, Jeff builds Web sites and Web applications, plays guitar, putters around in his basement woodworking shop, mercilessly spoils his grandchildren, and creates videos from more than two decades of home movies. His current video project is an extended montage of people (mainly family members) asking him to stop filming them.

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