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Integrating Facebook Connect with your blog has been covered by me already a few months back. I thought it would be a good idea to take an even simpler approach to its implementation so that more people could understand it. This post will cover what you need to set it up and get it running. Feel free to read my in depth steps or just read the bold lettering and copy the code.
I have been getting a lot of users looking for either the Facebook Connect logout button or the way it is implemented. The Facebook Connect logout function is very easy to set up. All all you need to do is make sure you have included the following code in your page.
Continuing on from my previous article on social networking integration - which can be found here - discussed how we can integrate Facebook Connect with users to expand the reach of your content by finding new users through personal contacts. This time around, I want to discuss social networking buttons, and the impact that they can have on your site, the cost/benefit analysis of having them, and how to integrate them into your blog on a post by post basis. I will provide the buttons as well!
Continuing on with my previous article on social networking integration (which can be found here) which touched on networking by syndication. Today I want to show you how you can maximize your exposure using Facebook Connect.
I recently added some social network integration to this website. You will notice the top of the right column has links to Whitbread Design's Twitter, Facebook and RSS feeds. My goal was to increase exposure to new users by way of syndication through social networking sites. Here's how I set up some basic syndication.
If you haven't had much success in the past with trying to get your pages to the top of Google, or any other search engine. Here's some very simple tips that you should know to bring your domain up a few notches and on to the front page using basic search engine optimization (SEO).