How to Automate Your Facebook Page Posts

All of us would likely agree that having a strong social media presence in the best interest of building, maintaining and growing a successful online or offline business. I think all of us would also agree that social networking is anything but passive. You need to invest the time and energy to update your pages and profiles on a regular basis. You need to continue providing value to your fans and followers.

What if there could be an easier way for you to manage and update your multiple pages on Facebook? That’s exactly what you get with a handy tool appropriately called the Facebook Page Post Generator. Let’s get started with today’s review and see how this tool will make your online life that much easier.

Facebook Updates Made Easy

The primary object ive of Facebook Page Post Generator, developed by Cria Web, is to help you “update all your Facebook pages faster than ever.” It is designed primarily for people who work with a lot of Facebook pages, but it could still be very useful for people who only manage a handful of pages.


Through the small script, you can update a lot of pages in just a few minutes. You don’t need to bother with complex mySQL or SSL certificates. It’s meant to be easy and straightforward to use, supporting the import of CSV-formatted posts as well as the automatic posting of content from RSS feeds.

Manage Multiple Pages and Posts

There are other social media dashboards available on the Internet, but when you use these to manage your Facebook pages, you’ll find that each of those updates will be appended with a label. If you use HootSuite, you’ll see a “via HootSuite” attached to your posts. With this script, you don’t get that, because it’ll appear as if you posted the update manually through Facebook itself.


Here is a screenshot from Facebook Page Post Generator. As you can see, it’s a relatively straightforward utility where you can navigate through the different sub-sections using the navigation buttons near the top. There is no limit to the number of Facebook pages you can add to the tool, so it’s easy to update multiple Facebook pages all at once.


It’s possible to generate your Facebook page posts from folders. This includes not only basic text-based status updates and URLs you want to share, but you can also place photos and videos inside of those folders and they will be included as part of your page updates.

As mentioned, you can also generate posts from a CSV file. When you do, you have the option of defining the time that should elapse between posts so your fans don’t get bombarded with updates all at once. As you can see, you can also define the maximum number of posts each day and you can choose whether you want the images to be posted at random or based on the CSV file.

The Demo Video

The best way for you to get a sense of how this script works is to watch the demo video that they’ve put together. There’s no sound, but it walks you through the UI and the different features that it offers.

How Much Does It Cost?

It’s true that the Facebook Page Post Generator isn’t the most complicated of products on the market today, but it is a very purpose-driven tool that is perfect for people who need to update multiple Facebook pages on a regular basis. Considering that you can buy it for only $10 through Code Canyon, I’d say having the convenience of importing CSV files and not having any sort of labeling attached to your posts is worth the very small investment. What are your time and brand worth to you?

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15 thoughts on “How to Automate Your Facebook Page Posts”

  1. uche nwokolo says:

    cool article, i love the idea of automation because as a blogger i have a lot of work to do so i need to take advantage of this technology as long as it improves my business right?

  2. harvie says:

    do you know something we can use that will link both twitter and Facebook together, so we can just post on one and they appear on both sites at the same time?

    1. adam says:

      In twitter settings connect to your desired Facebook page use hootsuite or any similar alternative to schedule your posts once a post is made via twitter it will show on the Facebook page you selected

      hope it helps


  3. oscarweb says:

    Hmmm it’s very useful to us,I like this.


  4. Anthony says:

    This tool is amazing. Really make me save a lot of time. But the video on the post is a little bit old. The tools have more options then video say.


  5. adam says:

    Hello Adam here to link both you can use twitter settings connect to your Facebook account and once a post is made via twitter it will automatically post to whatever Facebook page you selected as auto posting goes i use hootsuite also using jetpack publicize in WordPress is also a good way to automate new posts hope this helps thanks

  6. I. C. Daniel says:

    Indeed very useful! Kind regards!

  7. adam says:

    To post on twitter and Facebook at the same time simply go to twitter settings connect your desired Facebook page/account whatever post is made to twitter will show on your page

    hope this helps

  8. It’s so easier using this tool to manage multiple FB page and posts, thanks for sharing.

  9. Jason says:

    Automation Hero has a tool similar to this. You can automate your posts to different groups and schedule out posts for the next week in advance and it will automatically post to your groups for you without showing up in your news feed. Pretty nice

    1. Chase wardrop says:

      I used that tool it helped a ton and was user friendly.

  10. faisal says:

    It’s best not to automate facebook posts.

  11. Jim Morris says:

    Now a Days every single Marketing is using a method to automate each and every thing but in the other hand if automation can handle the power of human being then why do we need a human for anything ….. as far as I think human power Social responses are far much more better then Automation.

  12. Godspeed says:

    If you are using wordpress then Jetpack plugin (which has become a must for all wordpress websites) can auto push posts to social networks automatically as you publish. 🙂

  13. Leandro says:

    Great article Michael. Particularly I use Hootsuite to automate my postings on social media but I’ll take a look at this software.
    Great information.
    Greetings and success.

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