How to automatically post to facebook page using PHP
This one is a bit detailed tutorial that is assumed for a novice php programmer who is new to Facebook API
Create a developer account from developer.facebook.com. All you need is your facebook account and you can get a developer account from it.
Create a Facebook page. From your Facebook page, on the top right corner, click on the dropdown menu and hit on create page. Select the type of the page you would like to create and then you have it.
Now what you want to do is, to create an auto post to the facebook page you just created from PHP. Lets say you run a blog or product page and you want to post whenever there is new stuff to be posted to the facebook page automatically.
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Working on Facebook marketing reporting which require setting up a Facebook App and hooking it to existing Business manager and it looks there is no direct instruction that I found so here you go…
First thing first, you would need a developer account from https://developers.facebook.com/ – go and get it, it is free.
Then Go ahead and create a Facebook App there – a minimum you need is a facebook page and thats it.
Then from the dashboard you will get the app_id and secret. This is very important for you to keep it as secret as well. From this, you will get yet another important key called Access Token.
Now you have a Facebook App that you will use it to acquire a lot of information for the business manager you have. You can get lots of User related data, analytics, sales, spending and more..
Now head to https://business.facebook.com/ and select your business manager if you have more than one.
On the left of the menu, you will see Claim Assets and from there select App
You will be asked to insert App Id and it will be a matter of following the instruction after that.
Now you have integrated your app to the existing business manager. Which means, your app now has an access to the data under your business manager through different APIs.