FB Hot Content Seeker


Do you really like to discover how to quickly and easily find and share the hottest Facebook content ? Here’s the thing you need to understand about Facebook content  the number of “likes” and shares shares is a critical consideration. The more an update is liked or shared, the higher the quality generally is.

But because Facebook doesn’t give you the option to search based on popularity, this type of high-quality content can be tough to find. With the Facebook Hot Content Seeker plugin for WordPress, all that has changed. Now you can…

  • Search Facebook pages and groups — including content you will never see without a powerful search function.
  • Find only the most popular, viral content (because popularity breeds popularity).
  • Find and share content from within your WordPress dashboard — without ever logging into Facebook.
  • Create posts and pages in WordPress from the content that’s being shared on Facebook right now.
  • Create posts and pages in WordPress from the content that’s being shared on Facebook right now.
  • Instantly share your finds to your Facebook page, in a group, or on your personal timeline — all without leaving your WordPress dashboard.
  • Search in any niche, for any keyword — find the content your audience wants and needs, no matter what your market is.
  • Share the most relevant content to your pages and groups — and never again face the question, “What will I post today
  • Add a quick Facebook search to your blogging workflow and connect related content in a new, innovative way
  • Grow your list of followers and fans, simply by sharing more hot content


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Just logging into Facebook can be a waste of time, if you’re like most people. It’s far too easy to get sucked into conversations, click over to read an interesting article, or get sidetracked with funny cat videos (admit it, you’ve done it).Here’s the real problem though: a search on Facebook reveals pages and groups devoted to your topic, but not individual posts. Not only that, but there’s no option to search by most popular posts.

What you’re left with is a poorly ordered list of somewhat related posts, without any indication of the quality of the content itself.I think you’d agree that this kind of search is not going to reveal the type of quality content you need if you hope to build your social following and be seen as the industry leader in your niche.



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