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I am currently developing a real estate website, and the client wants to push a notification to his Facebook page when he edits or adds a real estate.

How can I achieve this, with a module or hard-coded?

  • apps.facebook.com/rssgraffiti add this app in your facebook and then add the rss feed of your website, that's it !!! – Bala Sep 20 '13 at 6:36
  • Thank you Bala. The ideal solution is to have a checkbox so the user could select which information will be posted to facebook. For example the user posts 3 news on the website but wants to post to facebook just the first one. (sorry i wasn´t very clear on my question). – Niebes Sep 20 '13 at 9:30
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Post It Everywhere just one click and your content will be posted to:

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • FriendFeed

The most common way to make your site popular is by posting your content to different social networks. Here is a new and simple way for publishing content to different social networks.

Features:

  • The link "Post it Everywhere!" will be displayed with every node type(the admins select). This link will be used to post on all the networks
  • Authenticate Once, Use Forever: The users don’t have to authenticate every time when they login to the site or want to post content. Each user will authenticate himself only once and these saved settings will be used to post in the future.
  • The users will not be moved to other sites to post the content (as it happens in various modules that users are redirected to that social network on which they want to post).
  • The user names and passwords of users are not saved for this purpose so no risk for security and spoofing.
  • Facebook Connect API is used to send posts to Facebook and OAuth is used to connect to LinkedIn, Twitter and FriendFeed. OAuth API can be downloaded from this link.
  • End users can update their settings at anytime.
  • Wow thanks man. Also need to post to google plus (actually need to post only to three platforms: facebook, google plus and twitter). But i will try this anyway, see how it works and then let you know. Thanks again! – Niebes Sep 20 '13 at 11:07

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