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    Post is there any way to publish a message on publisher's Facebook?
    I hope the topic is ok, I couldn't think of any better title.

    Because I am not a Facebook specialist, I want to ask, if there is a way to publish a message on Facebook Page by API?

    For example, my publisher owns a FB page and I want to publish a message on his page automatically?

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    Seriously doubt it - would open up FB to even more spam than they have now. I may be wrong.
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    A far-fetched guess, but as with games, you would probably have to get an "opt-in" permission from the publisher. Hopefully, you would be including their aff code so they would earn a commission. :-)

    However, you have to create an app and get approval from FB before you can use it. Do a search for Facebook developer tools. Read their requirements, save yourself the effort by writing to them and explain what you want to do before you bother developing an app.
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    Thank you, I also think the only way to do it is to create an app. I hoped it would be easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scarface828 View Post
    I hoped it would be easier.
    That's funny. I hoped it would be harder.
    I agree with AW, it would be another opportunity to add
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    Quote Originally Posted by popdawg View Post
    That's funny. I hoped it would be harder.
    I agree with AW, it would be another opportunity to add
    +1

    I can't imagine anyone allowing a merchant to post on their timeline (or fan page) at will.
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    It all depends on their settings. I have several company Facebook accounts. I have them set for moderation. Anyone can post on them, but I have to approve it before it shows to anyone but me and them.

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