After trying dozens of plugins, and getting thoroughly confused about the best way to integrate posts and comments, I have ended up with a system that doesn’t use any WP plugins. I’d like confirmation that what I’ve done is actually the best way, and an answer to one thing I haven’t resolved.
I am using the facebook social comment plugin found on their developer site. I don’t understand why there are a dozen WP plugins that put this facebook social comment on your site when it can be done so easily without a plugin. Am I missing something?
My blog posts are going to my facebook fan page and twitter using the facebook networked blogs feature. It uses the RSS feed and so is instantaneous. Again, there are dozens of plugins enable you to post to facebook, but is there an advantage over using facebooks native functions?
The one thing I haven’t been able to do is to have a comment from facebook comment plugin in WP show up on my facebook fan page (where the post is being sent via RSS), and visa-versa. I know I’ll need a WP plugin for this, but everyone I try just seems to duplicate the functionality I already have. If anyone can point me in the right direction I would appreciate it. Beem going round in circles for too long…
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