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This article covers the ins and outs of Facebook Instant Articles and how to set them up for your blog. Detailed and helpful.
Have you tried Instant Articles yet?
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Once again, good timing, Dan. I’m emailing with our developer right now about installing the IA Wordpress plugin. And I’m terrified 🙂
One major concern is that you have to submit 50 (!) articles to Facebook just to be approved to publish. I haven’t tried to create an article yet, but that sounds like a project that could consume a solid work day. Or a week. Or a month.
Buffer does such a good job on these blogposts, I’m glad we could share, @MeganRowe. Thanks for your pioneering efforts on this. Will FB allow you to submit previously written blogposts? Even at that, that’s a bunch of work to submit. Keep us posted on your experience.
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Yes, I think the 50 article submission rule is only to prove to Facebook that you can format properly and play by their rules. This article (https://developers.facebook.com/docs/instant-articles/quickstart) indicates you’ll receive feedback from them — like having another boss!
Since we probably will never even publish most of these 50 articles, I will definitely be using some of our shortest, easiest content.
Not yet… Going to read the article now. Thanks for sharing!
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