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I'm aware of FriendFeed, which can integrate a number of sites and RSS feeds and pipe to my Facebook profile. It works, but latency of updates can be pretty high (several hours). Also, the Facebook post only indicates a FriendFeed icon but nothing about where the link came from. To my friends, it's not clear it's a link to a site I Dugg or bookmarked in Delicious. It looks like I had written it myself.

Facebook blog import is not exactly a good option; it only supports one RSS feed.

Are there other options for link sharing from other sources?

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I'm a fan of RSSGraffiti. It is a very nice, reliable, and configurable RSS-to-Wall app.

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I gave this one a try and it's exactly what I was looking for! Thanks. –  spoulson Jul 6 '10 at 11:24

Any! How to make it happen:

  1. Go to your profile: Profile
  2. Select "Options" Options
  3. Select "Settings" Settings
  4. Select the services you want to import Services

If you want to import a service that isn't there, select Blog/RSS, then enter the feed URL. Blog/RSS

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That sounds interesting. I tried the "Blog/RSS" feature with several different blogs, and I always get the error "The blog/rss url you entered is not valid. Please verify and try again.". –  Stefan Lasiewski Jul 6 '10 at 21:51
I thought I knew Facebook's options well enough, but never came across this hidden (to me) feature. I'm going to give this a try as well. –  spoulson Jul 7 '10 at 11:17
I'm not sure this feature works at all. I set it up for Digg, then sometime later dugg several stories and nothing showed up on my profile. :/ –  spoulson Jul 12 '10 at 11:51

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