How to Share ANY Facebook Post

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Facebook is notorious for throttling the reach of pages and users by hiding the share button. Here’s a simple workaround that will allow you to share any facebook post in just a few seconds.

How to Share ANY Facebook Post

First, try to use the Facebook share button. It’s located beneath the post. When you click on share it should allow you to share it with friends, to your own facebook profile page, in messenger, to groups or to a page (if you’re an admin).

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When you click on it, it opens a window that gives you varying options. It should allow you to share it with your personal page, but since Facebook tends to throttle reach to force page admins to pay for advertising, this isn’t always an option. Such is the case in the image below:

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No worries my friend, simply right-click on the time/date tab when the post was shared. Then click on “Copy link address”.

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Once you’ve copied the link address, click on the home link which will take you to your own facebook page.

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Click on create post and hit ctrl+v at the same time to paste the link in the create post box.

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Here’s what it looks like once you’ve pasted the link in the box, give it a moment to populate your link.

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Then, simply highlight the link text and hit delete, then write in whatever text you’d like to accompany your post and hit the blue “post” bar at the bottom.

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This method can be used to share posts with groups, friends, in private messages, in comments or on your own facebook page.  Please feel free to ask questions or provide feedback in the comments below.

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