Adding your Store RSS feed to Your Facebook Page

Please follow our instructions on adding your store RSS feed to Facebook. This is another great way to advertise your store due to Facebook’s huge following. If you don’t have a Facebook fan page, I strongly recommend creating one at

We actually had to reduce the size of our feeds in order to accommodate Facebook’s RSS import feature. Right now our settings are set to 12 newly listed items per RSS feed. In the past our feeds contained 50 newly listed items. This may not be a bad thing because other sites may have similar limitations. So far Facebook was the only site that we ran into with such limitations (we setup automatic feeds on Squidoo without complications).

I also checked out a few RSS feed apps in the Facebook app directory and I wasn’t too impressed with any of them. To make things worst, many of the apps require you to pay for certain features and they seemed very difficult to debug – I tried one of the apps and I couldn’t get my feed imported, I assume this was again due to size limitations.

This Facebook RSS feature also works for blogs similar to this one (WordPress).

Step 1

Go to

Step 2

Click the My Public Profile link

Step 3

Click the Promote link

Step 4

Copy and paste your RSS store link.

Step 5

Go to and type “Notes” into the search box.

Step 6

Click the “Notes App” link.

Step 7

Click on “Edit Import Settings” on the left side column.


Step 8

Paste the RSS store link in the “Web URL” box.


Step 9

Check off the disclaimer checkbox and click the “Start Importing” button.

Step 10

Your store items have been imported.

Step 11

Click the “Confirm” button to finalize the import.

Your Offeritem items have been imported and now you can share your items on Facebook with your friends, family and customers.

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3 Responses to Adding your Store RSS feed to Your Facebook Page

  1. Bryan says:

    I seriously learned about virtually all of this, but with that said, I still considered it had been practical. Nice work!

  2. Giftsfan says:

    This is FANTASTIC!!! Thanks so much for excellent tutorial!!! Much appreciated!

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