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If the page redirects using a standard 301 then it would take sometime for Google to drop the page and amend the new one. New pages and changes to existing pages via redirects take time as said and this can take anywhere from 1 week to a couple of months if the page is regularly visited. You do not have control over the Facebook.com domain so there is ...
Why do you not want to use a third party app? Otherwise ifttt.com would be useful. In any other case, you will need to set up your own app.
Create your own Facebook App that parses RSS feeds. See http://developers.facebook.com/
They are obviously not quality likes, you can usually buy an 100 of them for 10 dollars. But still buying fake likes can be of benefit for two things: Until you don't have 25 likes you are not able to view FB page statistics. People visiting your site might be well impressed by seeing the FB widget that shows 500 likes. Far more impressed than adding fake ...
You'll need to add some RDFa meta data to the header of your pages which contain video. For Facebook specifically, you'll need to add a <link rel="image_src" href="/URL/TO/VIDEO_THUMBNAIL.jpg" /> tag to indicate the video thumbnail, and a <link rel="video_src" href="/URL/TO/PLAY/VIDEO" /> to indicate the video player. Note that the video_src tag ...
I am completely agree with @nathangiesbrecht. According to my point of view getting such likes would not help in getting any social juice. User would not get any positive response from such fake likes. So its better to get all real followers by making your content more interested and informative.
I suspect that with Facebook you meant the facebookexternalhit user-agent string that appears in your access logs? This is not a crawler and as such doesn't respect (or indeed needs to, but that's argumentative) restrictions in robots.txt. This answer from Jeff Sherlock pretty much explains their position on it. So having this in mind, you could simply ...
You seem to be suffering from an overly broad rule. To target Google web-search explicitly, you have to put rules that prevent googlebot from crawling whichever directory that you want blocked. With a targeted disallow rule, there is not need to do anything for Facebook. Now, if the general case is to block everyone but Facebook, you need to put a disallow ...
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