Online noticeboard n0tice has launched a Facebook sharing app, allowing users to “amplify activity” and spread posts virally.
The Guardian set up n0tice as a platform to utilise developments in social, local and mobile. It allows hyperlocals to brand their own noticeboard and keep 85 per cent of the revenue generated by charging for small ads.
A blog post published today states that n0tice’s new Facebook app allows users to automatically post content to their Facebook activity stream.
n0tice will automatically update your Facebook page when you follow people and noticeboards, star things you find interesting, or post reports, events or offers to n0tice. The app does not share passive actions to your Facebook page such as what you are reading on n0tice.com, only explicit actions that you trigger such as following, posting, reposting, and voting.
The n0tice app for Facebook will help spread things you are doing on n0tice further around the world and help others to discover what’s happening.
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