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I would like to make my Facebook posts "really public": indexable by Google, viewable without a Facebook account.

Is it possible? If not, I may have finally found the killer feature of Twitter.

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For Facebook user profiles, this is not possible. Though, it is possible if you have a Facebook page and no age/country restrictions set in permissions.

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No. This isn't possible. Even if you make post public and enable subscriptions (for example, Ryan Seacrest) you can only see his public posts if you actually log in. Facebook is mistaken here. Public subscriptions should mean public!!!!

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