You may have already heard that Facebook killed the RSS feature in the Notes application. This feature allowed Page admins to automatically up date their wall with blog posts. But now with this feature gone, how can Page admins integrate a blog with their Facebook Page?
Following are six apps that allow you to pull in an RSS feed onto your Facebook Page wall:
Networked Blogs – This app is one of the most flexible – and it’s free. You can post multiple blogs, allow people share posts with their friends, and display all posts on one tab.
RSS Tab for Facebook Pages – This app allows you to publish up to five different blogs on your Facebook Page. You can also put a like gate on blog posts so that only fans see the blog posts.
Shortstack is another custom tab tool that includes an RSS feature where you can display blog posts to fans, non-fans or both.
TABMAKER RSS - This app allows you to integrate your RSS-Feeds in your Page and add a ‘Like’ or ‘Send’ button in each blog post.
Social RSS - This app, from Socialbakers, allows you to publish RSS feeds to your wall or a dedicated tab on your profile or Facebook Page.
RSS Graffiti – RSS Graffiti posts any RSS feed to your Page wall, or multiple feeds to multiple Page walls.