RSS Graffiti is dead and it has stopped auto posting your blog posts on your Facebook Fan Pages since May 1, 2015.
RSS Graffiti was a popular feed service that would auto post content from your blog on your Fan pages and people relied heavily on it. It served almost around 300K blogs with their service. Now when it dead you might be looking for alternatives but here is what I need to share and advise.
I have deepest sympathies with RSS graffiti team but I also thank God that it is no more because now people will actually learn how interact on their fan pages with their readers and not relying on an auto-bot. Any automated system which replaces human interaction results in your failure at long term. Try to interact with your visitors as much as possible and kindly do not look for alternatives. Manage your Fan Pages to better control the Reach and do reply Email notifications because that count too.
A Huge fan base is only productive and brings you Page clicks and valuable traffic when it has a high reachable ratio and this is only possible when you manually optimize your pages and interact by manually posting updates and responding to readers. So try to treat your fan pages just like you treat your blogs and strengthen the bond between you and your visitors so that every visitor may turn into a reader and every reader into a client, Ad impression or at least a value source of motivation.
This is the announcement on their official FB Apps page
To the RSS Graffiti Community:
We are proud of the product we have offered over the past few years, but despite our best efforts to build a business, we have failed to make RSS Graffiti into a viable enterprise. Here are the numbers:
We currently power over 300,000 Facebook pages; Only about 500, or less than 0.25% of clients see enough value to pay for the service; The cost of powering this infrastructure is much higher than the revenues we are generating, and from the time the product was launched it has lost a considerable sum of money. Given the above, it has become clear that the product is not sustainable. As a result, we will be discontinuing the RSS Graffiti service effective April 30, 2015.
As of May 1, 2015, RSS Graffiti will no longer be available on either a free, or paid, basis to power Facebook automation for you.
Please ensure that you transition your account to an alternative service provider before April 30, 2015.
Thank you for your support over the years.
The RSS Graffiti Team
My title might have sound as if I was going to share some alternatives to RSS graffiti but what I intended was to draw your intention towards this important piece of advise. I was personally not that active on my fan pages but since I started interacting manually, I felt the massive boom in blog page-views and traffic from Facebook.
What are your views on this?