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Let me try to ask this again in a different way...

Does Facebook limit the amount of times that one can post to other peoples fan pages?

I ask this because I usually make one post per day (image and text, no spam or links) to both my wall and anywhere from 5 to 15 other peoples walls with similar content. Most of those people acknowledge the post with a thumbs up.

DOES ANYONE FORESEE A PROBLEM WITH THIS?

Thanks for the support, Peace

asked Nov 07 '11 at 14:55

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No, there is no posting limit.

answered Nov 07 '11 at 20:02

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Thank you very much for the reply.

If there is no posting limit then perhaps you can tell me if something that is going on with my page is normal... let me explain.

Just recently I have noticed that when I post to someone else's page wall as GSpirit, it works fine... but when I go to the next page and try to post the same message again to their wall, even though I enter the page as GSpirit the post gets submitted as bcannon which is my personal profile.

If I then go back to my personal profile and click "Use Facebook As Page" and select GSpirit, the post works fine. But I have to keep going back an forth between bcannon and GSpirit before each post or it will post as my personal profile.

Do you know if this is something that Facebook just started/changed because I never had this problem before?

Thanks for the support Peace.

(Nov 08 '11 at 00:05) bcannon bcannon's gravatar image
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