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I can update my "personal" facebook page via Gtalk or skype using ping.fm

Now we created company's facebook page under my facebook login and I wonder if I can let others to update company's facebook page via skype or gtalk using ping too. And of course do not let them to post to my "personal" facebook page

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You will need the login details to your company's page. Logout of your personal page, then add the facebook network again, with your company page's login credentials. Once that is done, create a group containing only the company's facebook page (example: let the group name be fbwork).

To post to this group prefix #fbwork before your status to make it post to this page

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but I still want to be able post personal stuff –  Radek Sep 18 '10 at 1:57
    
@Radek create another group fbmine and to post to that group, enter #fbmine I love waffles to update your status to I love waffles –  Sathya Sep 18 '10 at 16:48
    
I know about this option but won't be others able to use #fbmine too? I want them to be able to use #fbwork only –  Radek Sep 20 '10 at 5:17
    
I updated the question... we created company's facebook page under my facebook login probably it was not so clear –  Radek Sep 20 '10 at 5:19
    
I doubt it's possible to do what you wish to do. @Radek –  Sathya Sep 22 '10 at 16:37

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