How to Import Latest WordPress Blog Post to Facebook Page

Another source of quality incoming traffics instead of Twitter is through Facebook. Through Facebook, we can get closer to our readers as it offers easier and interesting way to interact with our readers. It is because it provides better tools and offers a lot of interesting features.

Facebook page for WordPress bloggers?

However, Facebook offer a feature that lets business owners, website owners and bloggers to create a specific Facebook profile for their customers, readers and followers. Through this feature, it helps us to push and strengthen our brand further. Same thing goes to WordPress bloggers.

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Import latest blog post to Facebook page?

For this post, I would like to share tutorial on how you can import latest WordPress blog post to your WordPress blog’s Facebook page. By having this feature in your Facebook page, it will definitely help you to update your WordPress blog’s readers as they may have missed your latest blog post.

First, you have to go to Facebook page section and head to your the Facebook page of your WordPress blog.

Click on the 1st icon of applications bar

Facebook page

Click on the title

Then, you have to click on the note application bar which you can find under the title of your WordPress blog’s Facebook page.

Facebook page

At the application page, you will find a button which let you write new note for your WordPress blog’s readers.

Facebook page

After you have clicked on the button, you will find the sections which I have screen-captured below and click Notes application button.

Facebook page

You will then be directed to new page that allows you to import your WordPress blog to the Notes application page. On the new page, you have to insert in your WordPress blog’s RSS address into the given blank box. Usually, the RSS address will be your WordPress blog address with slash and ‘rss’ i.e

Facebook page

After you have hit the Start Importing button, you will be directed to a new page which will preview the Notes application page with your imported WordPress blog post. If you find it suits you, you have to hit the Confirm Import button to finalise your Notes application page.

When you have properly integrated in your WordPress blog with the Notes application, any latest post that you publish on your WordPress blog will be  published on your Facebook page’s wall. Therefore, your fans can easily find out if there is any latest blog post has been published on your WordPress blogs.

Facebook page

Rather just be a page for you to build closer relationship with your readers, Facebook page will let you to bring more exposure to your latest post on your WordPress blog further.

How about you?

Do you have Facebook page for your WordPress blog? In what extent have use it? I would love to hear how you use Facebook page to compliment your WordPress blog.


p/s  I would love to build closer relationship with you. I think Facebook page can help a lot. So, how about you join Huzzer Magazine’s Facebook page? Find you over there, ok?

16 Responses to How to Import Latest WordPress Blog Post to Facebook Page

  1. Phaoloo says:

    Nice tutorial. It seems I should spend more time on Facebook.

  2. Avi Singh says:

    I already have facebook page.
    but Very well explained……:)

  3. Helmi Asyraf (admin) says:

    Thank you.

    Great to have you over here. Hope to see you again soon Avi.


  4. ariff says:

    if would be better if the comments on the notes in facebook will be auto fed to wordpress. that could make wonders.

  5. Helmi Asyraf (admin) says:

    Actually there is plugin to import comments of the post that you share in the facebook.

    You can check it out through below link:


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  7. Marcin says:

    Thanks! Working like a charm for me! 🙂

  8. Helmi Asyraf (admin) says:

    Good to hear that. Hope that you enjoy Huzzer Magazine!

  9. Lee says:

    Thanks for the detailed instructions. I’m looking to do something similar, but would like to only display one blog post, not an entire feed, on a Facebook Fan page.

    Do you know how I can display one blog post?

  10. Mike says:

    We use a facebook page for our blog. I’m not sure if it adds more value to the blog besides just adding readers to another group. I don’t like the fact that facebook page updates don’t go directly into fans inboxes but into a category in the inbox called updates which is rarely ever checked by casual facebook users. The actual inbox would be more effective.

  11. Helmi Asyraf (admin) says:

    Instead of looking as simply as a tool to collect readers to another group, you can use the fan page to have closer and more relationship with your readers. It is because in our blog, the discussions tend to be around the topic that we are blogging about only.

    However I do agree about how new notification is given to the fans. There is better way that can be used.

  12. Mike says:

    hmmmm…that is a great idea. I think I may post something on facebook to encourage people to write on the wall or share in the conversation or something. I’ve never tried that before with my fan pages.

    My goal after this week is to get my wordpress sites optimized and have a community built around it. I seem to have a buzz about the site but it’s hard to get people to come on the site a nd share conversation.
    If the fan pages would send updates to their inbox the way facebook groups do it would be great. I don’t know why they changed it when they rolled out the fan pages. Oh well, it’s impossible to suggest things to them anyway.

  13. Kushal Chap says:

    Maybe I should have a facebook page.

  14. Mike says:


    I think facebook pages are great. I however haven’t found a good way to interact with my facebook fans. They join and then forget about it. One other thing I don’t like is that you are not notified of when a new member joins so you cannot welcome them properly. You can see that your member numbers are higher but you cannot see who is the new member unless you search through the fans. A simple notification like “john doe just joined your page” would be nice

  15. ariff says:

    I’d prefer adding them in my friend list instead of creating a fan page on my blog. Unless my friend list is full (5k) I wont use the fan page

  16. Mike says:

    I don’t think you can display one blog post if you want to do that than you can just copy and paste the content into a note and post it that way.

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