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FB Fan Pages status updates and Share

FYI => In the process of perfecting my WordPress social media power tool plug-in AU_WPing, I’ve bumped into a couple simple but effective tips I’ve been meaning to share:

=> When you include an image in the status update, FB will include the Share link in the receiver’s News Feed. Obviously, making it easy for others to spread your message is smart.

=> You can update a Fan Page via email. This is the preferred method of updating from a smart phone. The reason being, you can attach an image to an email (but not all phone apps make that easy to do).

=> There is one catch that you should be aware of. When updating via email, if FB receives two emails in too short of a time interval, it will group those two (or more) images into a single status update set. In other words, instead of having an image with a caption (i.e. email subject line), and then another image with a caption. FB will combine the two images into a single update and drop the captions. I’m still experimenting to find out how much time is enough time for them to be spaced apart and not that that happen. I’ll have to get back to you on that.

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