Facebook publishing is no longer available on the platform because Facebook has deprecated this functionality. Read more
Having a Facebook presence is crucial to your business's visibility and can have a positive effect on your SEO strategy. The Facebook Page Publishing feature enables you to seamlessly integrate your website and publish it as a new tab on your Facebook Page. This feature was designed to fit perfectly with the Facebook page timeline layout.
Once you've published your website to Facebook, your Facebook fans will be able to explore your website, shop from your Online Store, or complete a contact form - all without leaving Facebook. It also makes it easier to promote your site on Facebook because it's integrated into your page.
And, to make it easier to manage, each time you update your website, those changes will automatically be propagated to your Facebook page!
How can I enable the Facebook Page publishing feature?
Once you have published your site, you can enable Facebook Page publishing by following these steps::
- In the Sitebuilder, go to Settings > Publishing.
- Click Connect with Facebook. You will be taken through the process, which includes a one-time sign-in to your Facebook account. This is done to allow the Sitebuilder to communicate with your page and publish to it.
- If you have more than one Facebook Page, select the Facebook Page you'd like to publish your site on.
- Click OK.
- Your Facebook Page will automatically be updated when you republish your site.
What happens if I add my website to a second Facebook Page?
Your site can only be connected to one Facebook page. If you connect your site to a new Facebook page, the previous connection is broken and the tab on the first page won’t resolve.
What happens if I don’t have a Facebook Page?
You can create a new Facebook page here.
What happens if I didn’t update my Facebook Page to the new timeline?
The Facebook publishing will still work, but your page will have a horizontal scrollbar. You can update your Facebook pages to use the new timeline here.