Having Problems Coming Up With Content for Your Facebook Fan Page?

Post Date: May 21st, 2011


Facebook Fan Page ContentI learned of a new trick to come up with a unique way to provide content for your fan page from Let’s Get Social Founder, Kate Buck.  

Just about everyone who is active on the internet today knows about Google Alerts.  If you don’t, this is a free service from Google that lets you monitor the internet for information based on a keyword.  For example, I have a Google Alert set for “Dona Kerr.”  That means that anytime “Dona Kerr” is mentioned on the internet I’ll be notified.  I told Google to send me an email once a day to let me know of all of the “Dona Kerr” mentions.  You can access Google’s alert tool here: http://www.google.com/alerts.

Here is the really cool way to take advantage of this…

While you are setting up your Google alert you choose to have the results by RSS feed instead of by email.  You can copy the URL link for the RSS feed and add it to your Facebook fan page through an application called RSS Graffiti.  You can actually set up several blog feeds that supply content to your fan page’s wall.  

If this sounds too complicated, or something you don’t want to do yourself, of course, we’ll take care of that for you.

The goal is provide valuable content for your fans consistently, and this is a remarkably easy and automated way to accomplish that task.

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