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I'm afraid I've become stumped and am looking for some help. The issue has to do with some of the connectivity I have going between three social media outlets - Twitter / Facebook and my company's blog.
I currently have Twitter set up to post whenever a new blog post is published (along with unique Twitter usage, retweets, etc). As I'm now developing a Facebook page, I would naturally like to have both of these sites feed into the wall of the page.
Here's the twist - in Facebook, I would like to have the blog posts published on the wall with a short excerpt and link leading back to the blog, something I can do by individuallly linking my blog to Facebook via Twitterfeed. I don't do this with the blog's link to Twitter because of the 140 character limit (posts show up as headline + link).
Since my blog and Twitter are already linked, I can't simply link my Twitter to Facebook because the blog-to-Facebook link already shows my posts and I don't want to have redundant status updates on Facebook. Also, the fact that I would like to have a short excerpt displayed within the Facebook update is the reason I dont just link up Twitter and have it post blog posts at the same time.
Does anyone know of a way I can get around this issue? If not, I can live with having just linked headlines posted on Facebook, it's just not ideal. It would be nice if there existed some sort of RSS/social media linkage command center - where a user could select exactly what kind of messages/posts go in and out of various mediums you are using.
Since I've not heard of any such tool, would anyone like to go into business and develop one? haha!