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How to Automatically Post to Facebook from WordPress

Shayla Price

Shayla Price

Updated: May 10, 2022

Posted: December 20, 2021

With a simple and attractive Facebook post, you can increase visitor traffic to your WordPress website.

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However, manually sharing every blog post on Facebook can become a tedious task, especially if you post an article every day. Also, if you’re juggling multiple job responsibilities, you might forget to post some posts.

You can solve this problem by automatically posting to Facebook from WordPress. With a 10-minute setup process, you’ll get a few hours back in your work week so you can focus on more critical tasks.

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Why automatically share WordPress posts on Facebook?

Facebook claims more than 1.9 billion daily active users. With a huge user base, this social media channel offers a great opportunity for your business to distribute content and drive traffic to your website.

By automatically sharing WordPress posts on Facebook, your social profile stays active and you can attract followers with fresh content from your website. You can also create loyal followers who look forward to your posts.

How to Automatically Post to Facebook from WordPress

IFTTT (If This Then That) is a free online tool to automate interactions between your favorite apps and devices. With IFTTT, you can automatically share your latest WordPress blog post to your Facebook account. Follow the steps below to set it up.

1. Create an IFTTT account.

To get started, you will need an IFTTT account. Enter your email in the form on the home page and click Get Started.

automatic publication on facebook: create an IFTT account

2. Click “Get more”.

Once your account is created, click Get More to continue.

auto post on facebook - click get more3. Type “Facebook Page” in the search bar.

Next, type “Facebook Page” in the search bar, then click Automatically share new posts to a Facebook Page.

automatic publication on facebook: search for facebook

4. Select “Connect”.

Una vez que haga clic en Conectar , podrá sincronizar su cuenta de Facebook con su sitio web de WordPress.

automatic publication on facebook: connect to facebook

5. Complete sus credenciales de WordPress.

Ingrese su URL de WordPress, nombre de usuario y contraseña que utilizó para iniciar sesión en su panel de administración. Luego, haz clic en Conectar .

automatic publication on facebook: WordPress identifiers

6. Fill in your Facebook credentials.

Once your WordPress information is submitted, you’ll be automatically redirected to a Facebook login page. There, fill in your Facebook username and password.

automatic publication on facebook: facebook identifiers

7. Click “Continue.”

Click continue to confirm your identity.

automatic publication on facebook: confirm your identityNote: It should say your profile name. If it doesn’t, select the link labelled “Log into another account.”

8. Select or create a page.

Select the page you want to use with IFTT and click Next. If you don’t have any pages set up, then you’ll see a Create a Page button.

automatic publication on facebook: select or create a page

9. Review the terms and conditions.

Review what IFTTT is allowed to do and click Done.

automatic publication on facebook: consult the terms and conditionsNow, when you publish a new WordPress post, IFTTT will automatically share it on your desired Facebook page.

6 Automatic Post to Facebook WordPress Plugins

IFTTT isn’t the only option for automatically sharing your WordPress content to Facebook. Here are a few WordPress plugins that can get the job done, too.

1. Social Auto Poster

Price: Free, with paid plans available

Automatic publication on facebook wordpress plugins: Social Auto Post PluginSocial Auto Poster – anciennement connu sous le nom de FAuto Poster – est un plugin populaire pour partager les publications de votre site Web sur votre profil Facebook et vos pages de fans. Vous pouvez configurer les types de contenu à publier, comme des pages personnalisées ou des articles marqués dans une catégorie spécifique. L’outil garde également une trace de toutes vos publications automatiques pour que vous puissiez les analyser plus tard.

2.WP2Publication automatique sociale

Prix ​​: Gratuit

Automatic publication on facebook wordpress plugins: WP2Social Auto publish

The next step is WP2Social Auto Publish. Once installed, this plugin helps you publish your blog posts to Facebook with a single click. It offers a variety of ways to share your content, including in plain text format, text with an image, or a link. You can even enable (or disable) publishing for specific WordPress pages.

3. Revive Old Messages

Precio: Free, con planes available

Publication automatique sur facebook à partir du plugin wordpress : raviver les anciens messagesRevive Old Post comparte automáticamente tus publicaciones antiguas y nuevas de WordPress con tus fans de Facebook. Puede elegir la cantidad de publicaciones para compartir y cuándo compartir cada publicación. También hay una opción para agregar hashtags específicos a sus publicaciones. Además, el complemento es compatible con acortadores de URL y se integra con Google Analytics, lo que lo ayuda a realizar un seguimiento de las publicaciones.

4. Blog2Social

Precio: Gratis, con planes pagos disponibles

publier automatiquement sur facebook à partir du plugin wordpress : blog2social

Blog2Social is a versatile plugin that allows you to post to different social media pages and feeds right from WordPress: including Facebook. In addition, it lets you schedule your posts, track your post’s performance, and repost old posts.

5. NextScripts

Price: Free, with paid plans available

Publication automatique sur facebook à partir du plugin wordpress : nextscripts

This excellent plugin automatically publishes posts from your blog to your Facebook page. Furthermore, you can schedule posts, limit auto-posting to specific days, and much more.

6. Social Media Auto Publish

Price: Free

publication automatique sur facebook à partir du plugin wordpress : publication automatique des médias sociaux

Social Media Auto Publish is a powerful plugin that supports auto-post to Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. In addition, it supports filtering posts based on category and post-types.

Automate Your Social Media Publishing

Facebook is an opportunity to share your content with millions of people. With easy-to-use tools, you don’t have to waste time manually sharing a blog post to the social network. Instead, take a few minutes to install a plugin to automatically post to Facebook from WordPress.

Editor’s note: This post was originally published in October 2019 and has been updated for comprehensiveness.


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Free WordPress Plugin to Auto-Post & Share to Social Media

Actualizado en August 29, 2022 – Jesse Friedman

Note: Publicize is now auto-share and is part of Jetpack Social.

The power of social media is undisputed — it helps you deepen relationships with followers and reach new ones. It also adds another thing to your to-do list.

Whether you use Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or something else, the time it takes to manually post to each one adds up. You’ve probably read blogs or heard experts suggest you automate social media posting to streamline business operations and help you remember to post consistently. Sounds great. But what’s the best way to get started with a WordPress site?

Social media automation software allows you to compose, schedule, and publish content to a variety of social channels. Two of the more popular options are Hootsuite and Buffer. While these products provide a lot of features and integrations, they also create additional items for that to-do list. It’s another place where you’ll need to log in, monitor, and manage everything.

For some business owners and DIY marketers, a simpler solution makes more sense. Wouldn’t it be more efficient to write, schedule, and automatically post social content from directly inside your WordPress website? That’s where Jetpack Publicize stands out from the pack. 

A closer look at social media automation options

While you’ll find plugins that connect your WordPress website to Hootsuite and Buffer, they primarily send new content to the software for scheduling. Jetpack allows you to schedule your website content for social sharing directly within WordPress.

Let’s compare some options based on several important factors.

Is it easy to use?

Hootsuite includes a lot of advanced and complex features, which can be beneficial, but also may be overwhelming and unnecessary for smaller businesses and independent publishers. 

Buffer is considered somewhat easier to use and has fewer features than Hootsuite. Both these options will require some work in order to integrate the software with your website and social channels.


Once you’ve installed and activated the Jetpack plugin, Publicize can be turned on with a couple of clicks and you can begin automating social sharing. Look for step-by-step instructions below.

Who is it for?

Larger enterprises with various brands and marketing agencies with many clients often use Hootsuite and Buffer. They allow these organizations to manage everything all in one place.

Jetpack Publicize is perfect for small business owners and online publishers. It’s a straightforward way to share content without having to copy and paste links and manually post to your social media channels.

Jetpack Publicize was built specifically for WordPress website owners. Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com, developed and maintains the plugin. That means it’s a trustworthy solution that will work with your site. Look for updates in the future, including Instagram integration (coming soon)!

Is there a free option?

Buffer doesn’t offer a free option. Hootsuite’s free plan restricts integrations and the number of posts.

Jetpack Publicize allows anyone using Jetpack to automatically post new content to social media for free. That includes the ability to customize the message if desired. Jetpack users on a Premium or Professional plan can schedule new and existing content for social media amplification. 

What makes Jetpack Publicize unique? 

With the fewest steps required to get content from your WordPress site to social media, Jetpack Publicize is the ideal choice for anyone who needs to quickly post to multiple platforms. 

Scheduling posts

One of the best methods for increasing blog readership and site traffic is re-sharing previously-published content.

Social media moves quickly — posts are visible for a few minutes to a few hours, at most. Re-sharing content helps you reach more readers by connecting with people who missed the original update or by trying different messaging to appeal to people who didn’t click the first time. 

According to the marketing rule of seven, prospective customers need to hear your message at least seven times before they take action. Just because someone saw your post one time a few days ago doesn’t mean they’ll remember to buy from you or visit your site today. Consistently re-sharing posts on social media is a smart way to increase traffic and click-throughs. 


With Jetpack Publicize, you can do this within your WordPress.com account. Older posts will display a button so you can share them on any of your connected social accounts. And if you’re on the go, use the WordPress app to publish content right from your mobile device.

Automated sharing

Because of its direct integration with WordPress, Jetpack Publicize can automate social sharing when you publish a new post, with no additional steps. Choose which platforms you want to share to and include a custom message of up to 256 characters, right from the WordPress editor.

Jetpack Publicize is only the beginning

There’s far more to Jetpack than Publicize. It’s built by Automattic — the people behind WordPress.com — so it’s safe, reliable, and comes with world-class support. The full Jetpack package also offers security, performance, design, publication, and growth tools, replacing dozens of other plugins.

Publicize pairs especially well with Jetpack Sharing to reach a larger audience. Including social media sharing buttons at the end of posts invites readers to share your message with their own friends and family. Couple that with automated social sharing via Publicize, and your content will reach more people without any added work on your end!

Get started with Jetpack Publicize


Begin by choosing a plan (some of Jetpack’s sharing features are, in fact, free) and installing Jetpack on your website. Then:

  1. Navigate to your WordPress dashboard and click Jetpack → Settings.
  2. Select the Sharing tab at the top of the page.
  3. Toggle the option for “Automatically share your posts to social networks.”
  4. Click “Connect to your social media accounts” to see all the available social media integrations.
  5. Click the Connect button to the right of each platform you want to sync and follow the instructions that pop up on your screen.

That’s it! Your posts will automatically be shared to the social media accounts that you chose. 


If you chose a Premium or Professional plan and want to re-share old content:

  1. Navigate to WordPress.com, click My Sites, and select the site you’d like to manage.
  2. In the left-hand column, expand the Site tab and select Posts.
  3. Find the post you want to schedule and click the three dots to the far right.
  4. Toggle on the social media accounts you want to use and write a custom message for your followers.

From here, you can preview how your post will look when shared, or schedule to lock the date and time you’ve selected. Schedule posts for a week or an entire month with just a few clicks. 

At a glance, you can see the posts you’ve posted, along with the date, recent views, and comments. Accessing these stats lets you see which posts are the most popular and which need a little more attention.

Get started with Jetpack Publicize.

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Jesse Friedman construit des sites Web depuis 20 ans et exclusivement avec WordPress depuis 2006. Jesse a écrit plusieurs livres, enseigné à des centaines d’étudiants en tant que professeur et organisé des dizaines de rencontres locales ainsi que quelques WordCamps. Jesse a pris la parole lors de conférences technologiques à travers le monde, notamment SXSW, HOW, Future events et bien d’autres; et a consulté un large éventail d’entreprises, des petites agences aux entreprises internationales de plusieurs milliards de dollars. Aujourd’hui, Jesse est vice-président de l’innovation et du succès des partenariats pour Jetpack chez Automattic, où il passe son temps à travailler sur les stratégies de partenariat et de marketing.

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By Jelisaveta Sapardic


How to Automatically Post to Facebook From WordPress

La promotion de votre entreprise sur les réseaux sociaux est un excellent moyen de faire connaître votre marque. Avec près de 2,5 milliards d’utilisateurs actifs par mois dans le monde au 4e trimestre 2019, Facebook est de loin le réseau social le plus populaire. En tant que tel, il est idéal pour partager le contenu lié à votre entreprise et offre un énorme potentiel pour augmenter le trafic de votre site Web . Cela est particulièrement vrai si vous gérez un blog et publiez régulièrement de nouveaux articles.

The process of manually sharing your content to social networks from WordPress is not necessarily a smooth one, especially if your plan is to share every post you publish on your site. Luckily, you can avoid the trouble and save yourself a lot of time by setting up automatic sharing of your WordPress posts.

Stay tuned as we explore three different ways to post to Facebook from WordPress automatically:

  • How to Post to Facebook from WordPress using IFTTT

  • Automatically Post to Facebook From WordPress Using Buffer

  • Automatically Post to Facebook from WordPress Using a WordPress Plugin

How to Post to Facebook from WordPress using IFTTT

An abbreviation of ‘If This Then That’, IFTTT is an online tool that systematizes two online accounts by using the methods of trigger and action – with ‘This’ being a ‘trigger’, while ‘That’ stands for an ‘action’. Simply put, if the ‘trigger’ is found on one account, your predefined ‘action’ will be performed on the other.


In this case, the ‘trigger’ would be a post that got published on your WordPress site, while the ‘action’ would be the automatic sharing of said post on Facebook. So, essentially, this is the final message: “If there’s a new post on my WordPress site, then the post will be shared on my Facebook page as well”.

Let’s take a look at how to use the FTTT tool to automatically post from WordPress to Facebook.

First of all, you should go to the IFTTT website and create an account. Then, head to the IFTTT Facebook page. You can also access it by typing in ‘Facebook’ in the search bar and selecting the Services tab.

Click the Connect button to add your Facebook account to the IFTTT service.

IFTTT Facebook page

Then, head to the IFTTT WordPress page (type in ‘WordPress’ in the search box and select ‘WordPress’ in the Services tab), and click on Connect to add your WordPress account to IFTTT.

IFTTT WordPress page

Add your blog URL, username and password and click Connect once again.


Next, you should select “Automatically share new posts to a Facebook Page” and hit the Connect button.

Automatically share new posts to a Facebook Page

And that’s it – you’ve successfully connected your WordPress website and Facebook. Now, whenever you publish a new post on your WordPress website, it will automatically get shared on your Facebook page as well.

Automatically Post to Facebook From WordPress Using Buffer

Buffer is another useful (and very popular) online tool that will let you schedule status updates for your social media profiles – and of course, this includes Facebook as well.


Buffer is great because it offers the option to schedule at which exact times you want your posts to be shared across your social profiles. This means you can choose the ideal time to share your posts on Facebook, no matter when you publish them on your WordPress website. You can use Google analytics to find out at which times people are more likely to engage with your posts and schedule them accordingly.

You need to create (or login into) a Buffer account in order to start. Once you have done so, you will be taken to your Buffer dashboard where you will see the option to Add a Social Account.

Add a Social Account

To connect with Facebook, simply select “Facebook Page”.

Connect with Facebook

You will be prompted to sign in to your Facebook account, which means you’re authorizing Buffer to have access to it.

Afterward, you should connect your Buffer account to your WordPress site. You can do this by installing the WordPress to Buffer plugin.

Go to Plugins > Add New and find the WP to Buffer plugin in the search bar, install and activate it.

WP to Buffer plugin

Then, head to WP to Buffer > Settings in your WordPress dashboard. You will have to authorize the plugin first for the plugin to post updates to your Facebook account. To do this, select the Authorize Plugin button.

Authorize the plugin

The plugin will then request permission to manage your Buffer account and create, edit and delete your posts. You should hit the Allow access button.

Allow access

And with that, you’ve successfully authorized the plugin to post updates to your Buffer account. leo.

Now, you can go to the Posts tab and enable or disable your social media accounts (your Facebook page should be enabled). Also, here you can define any statuses you want to appear on your Facebook page when the post gets published and insert the tag of your choice (Site Name, Post Title, and so on).

Enable or disable your social media accounts

When you’re done, click the save button and you’re ready to go. The WP to Buffer plugin will now add your recently published posts to its queue and from there they will be published to your Facebook page .

Finally, you can easily schedule your posting hours on your Buffer profile.

Schedule your posting times on your Buffer profile

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If, for whatever reason, you don’t feel like using Buffer, you can simply use a WordPress plugin developed for this purpose. Namely, with the help of the Social Media Auto Publish plugin, you will be able to create a Facebook app which you will then authorize and connect to your WordPress website in order to automatically share your posts on Facebook. The plugin will also allow you to choose different posting methods (such as a simple text format, text with an image, or link), select WordPress custom post types, post categories, and so on.

Social Media Auto Publish

Before you begin, however, we should note that due to Facebook restrictions, this plugin supports the use of the Facebook App in HTTPS sites only. Also, the app will allow your posts to get published only to Facebook Pages (not to Facebook profile).

Finally, since this plugin is provided by xyzscripts.com, you should create an xyzscripts account in order to use the Social Media Auto Publish plugin (registration is free).

Installing and Activating the Social Media Auto Publish Plugin

First things first, you should install the plugin.

Once the plugin is installed and activated, you will see a new menu item titled Social Media Auto Publish (located under your Settings). Go to Social Media Auto Publish > Settings and the new screen with the plugin settings will open.

Installing and Activating the-Social Media Auto Publish Plugi

To begin, in your Facebook Settings screen, you should make sure that the “Enable auto publish post to my Facebook account” option is switched on (the setting should be switched on by default).

Enable auto publish post to my Facebook account

On this screen, you will also see the fields reserved for the Application ID and Application Secret key.

Application ID and Application Secret key

To acquire the ID and the secret key, you need to head over to the Facebook Developers page and create a Facebook App first. Let’s see how to do this.

Creating a Facebook App

Once you’re on the Facebook Developers page (make sure your account is registered first), click the “Create App” button.

Creating a Facebook App

Then, a popup will appear asking you to create a New App ID in order to start integrating Facebook into your website. Here, you will be able to enter your Display Name and Contact Email.

Click on Create App ID once you’re done and Facebook will create a new app.

Create App ID

Next, access the Dashboard screen and select Add a Product. Find the product called Facebook Login and click on Set Up.

Add a Product

Then, head to Facebook Login > Quickstart and select Web as your platform.


A new field will appear where you will be able to enter your website URL.

Enter your website URL

In case the Quickstart page is blank, go to Settings > Basic and scroll down until you run into the Add Platform option.

Ajouter une option de plate-forme

Click on it and select Website as your platform. Here you can enter your site URL.

Sélectionnez Site Web comme plateforme

Save all your changes once you’re done, and go to Facebook Login > Settings. Once there, you should add the Valid OAuth Redirect URI.

URI de redirection OAuth valide

You can find both the website URL and the Valid OAuth Redirect URL in the Facebook Settings tab of the plugin settings, located at the top.

Once again, don’t forget to save your changes.

Now, to get the App ID and Secret key, you should click on Settings > Basic. In the App Secret section, click on Show to see your secret key.

Section secrète de l'application

Copy and paste both your App ID and Secret key into your plugin settings page.

Copiez et collez votre ID d'application et votre clé secrète

Afterward, you should go back to the Facebook Developers page.

There are some additional fields you need to fill in the Settings > Basic page before you can submit the app for approval. These include your display name, App domain (where you should enter your website’s domain name), the Privacy Policy URL and the Terms of Service URL, App Icon, and the Category of your app (you can choose from Business and Pages, Education, Entertainment, etc.).

Page Développeurs Facebook

For Business Use, you should pick the “Support my own business” option.

Soutenir ma propre entreprise

Also, you need to Verify Your Business on Facebook in order to use certain app permissions (which we will talk about a bit later).

To verify your business, you will be asked to upload a document that shows the name of your organization, as well as its physical address.

Vérifiez votre entreprise sur Facebook

After you click the Get Started button and complete the business verification process, you will also need to sign one contract and fill in the Data Protection Officer Contact Information.

Coordonnées du délégué à la protection des données

Click on Save Changes when you’re done.

Switching the Facebook App to Live Mode

Now, we should note that your app is set to private by default. With that status, it is only available for testing purposes. You will be able to use it for posting to Facebook once you make the app live.

To switch the app to Live status, make sure you’ve entered the Privacy Policy URL in Settings > Basic first, and then click on the status switch.

Passer l'application Facebook en mode direct

A popup will appear allowing you to switch the mode from Development to Live. Click on the Switch Mode button, and your app will be made public.

changer de mode

Facebook App Review

To be able to use this app and let users see your WordPress posts on Facebook, you need to submit the app for approval first.

Go to App Review > My Permissions and Features in the Facebook Developers page, and click on Add additional permissions and features.

Mes autorisations et fonctionnalités

You will be redirected to the Add Permissions and Features to Your Request page. Here, you should find and select manage_pages and publish_pages permissions (you will need both of these items to automatically display your WordPress posts on Facebook), and then click the Request button.

Add permissions and features to your app

A Continue button will appear after the request. You should click Continue for both permissions and fill in the details for each item in order to get the permissions and the app approval. Hit the Submit for Review button when you’re done.

Submit for correction

To learn how to complete all the necessary steps to get manage_pages and publish_pages permissions, as well as to complete your app verification and request an app review, you should follow the detailed guide located in the xyzscript’s Section 2: Facebook App Review on the How can I create Facebook application page.

Note that once your app gets submitted for approval, it may take anywhere from 1 week to 3 months to get the app approved by Facebook.

Authorizing the App in the WordPress Admin

Once you go through all the steps we presented above, you need to complete one final step – and that is authorizing your app to automatically publish your WordPress posts on Facebook.

Go back to your WordPress admin. In the Facebook Settings tab of the Social Media Auto Post plugin, you will see the Allow button located above all other options.

Authorize app in WordPress admin

Once you click it, you’ll be taken to a Facebook pop-up asking you which pages you want to use with your app (if you don’t have any pages yet, you’ll be prompted to create one). Click Next when finished.

Redirected to a Facebook popup

Next, you will determine what your application can do. You need to change the Manage your pages option to YES and click on the Done button.

Determine what your app can do

Finally, a popup will appear informing you that you have linked your app to Facebook. Click OK one last time and voila, the authorization process is complete.


The IFTTT tool is one of the easiest methods you can use to set up automatic sharing of your WordPress posts on Facebook. However, if you prefer to have more sharing options, we recommend trying the social auto post plugin. That said, the plugin is somewhat complicated to set up and has some limitations. In addition to being able to use app support only if you have an HTTPS website , you will only be able to publish your WordPress posts to Facebook with the approved app , and getting the approval itself can take up to 3 months.

If you don’t want to wait and prefer to use an alternative solution for posting to Facebook, we recommend trying the SMAP Solutions plugin. This premium plugin allows you to automatically publish Facebook posts from WordPress without having to create an app first. It will save you a lot of time and hassle, but it will also cost you money: prices start at $10/year.

We make sure to cover all angles, so all you have to do is choose the solution that best suits your needs. Good sharing!

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