Going to a Blog format for the church website



I am sorry I have been away from the blog for a few days. I have been doing some research in the website development department. We are considering a blog format for our entire church website. Is this a good/bad idea? Do you personally know of any sites that are doing this? Link me up!

How do I import blog posts into FaceBook?


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My good friend Jeremy asked me this question: "I'm trying to figure out how to get my notes or blogs imported onto facebook. How do you do it?"

I had to look around a little to get directions that make more sense than what mine would be. I got this info from AskOwen

Importing your blog posts into FaceBook is really easy .. once you know how. Here’s how to do it:
First of all you’ll need to log into FaceBook. Do this in the normal way, then have a look at the screen youare presented with. If you look on the left hand side of your screen you’ll see a menu list of different Applications you have associated with your account. This starts off as a simple list, but as you add more Applications the list will grow longer. Your application list can be quite long, but one of the options in the menu is called Notes and this is the one you’re after. Click on this to proceed to the next step.

Your Notes page will show you a number of different notes that your contacts might have added to their profile (or nothing if you don’t have many friends). This will include both Notes typed on FaceBook and also posts from their blogs if they are using this technique. Don’t worry about what’s on this page for now, just look on the right hand side of the page and you’ll see a section called Notes Settings. Look for a link that says Import a blog and click this to proceed to the next step. You will then be presented with the following form:

Enter the URL to your blog in the text box. It doesn’t need to be your RSS feed, as FaceBook will figure this out on it’s own. You’ll have to tick the disclaimer underneath the URL and then just click Start Importing.

You’re done! I told you it wasn’t hard!