I spent quite a bit of time talking about WordPress. And I spend a lot of time talking about Facebook. Love it or hate it, more and more people are using Facebook and more people are becoming interested in adding their blog content to their Facebook profile or page.
So, here are some WordPress plugins for Facebook. All of them say they are compatible with WordPress 3.0.
- JP-Facebook – add a Facebook ‘like’ button to any page on your blog.
- Facebook Like Button– another version of the Facebook Like button that claims to have a lot of options.
- 1-click Retweet/Share/Like – This plugin adds Facebook Like, Facebook Share, and Retweet to Twitter.
- Wordbooker – This plugin allows you to crosspost your WordPress posts to the Facebook wall.
- WordPress Facebook Profile This plugin will create a tab on your Facebook profile or page that displays your blog.
- Facebook Fan Box Widget – This plugin adds a fan box widget making it easy to show your Facebook fans on the sidebar of your blog.
- Share and Follow – add the most popular share and follow links to your WordPress site.
- WPBook – This plugin will turn your blog into a Facebook application. Your posts will be added, users can comment on posts, and comments will be shared between Facebook and WordPress. You will need a Facebook API key to use this plugin.
- Facebook Comments for WordPress – Allows visitors to comment and interact with your website using their Facebook account.
- Social Media Widget – Easily add icons and links to your social media profiles to your sidebar with this plugin. It includes Facebook.
- FT-FacePress-II – adds information about your posts to your Facebook status.
- WordPress Connect – Adds the Facebook Social Plugins, such as Activity, Comments and Live Stream, to your website as widgets.
- Taggable – With this plugin you can tag your friends on pages and posts. I haven’t quite figured out why I would want to do this but it sounds interesting.
- WpMultimediaBridge – This plugin allows you to post multimedia URLs in the Facebook format. What this means is that a thumbnail, title and description of the URL will be displayed on your site. This is similar to when you post a youtube video or flickr photo on Facebook.
Do you use any of these plugins? Do you use different ones that you like better?
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