Here's Today's Top Stories created to help one FB user share News Feed post with His Friends

One FB user has come up with a way to share all the news feed post he sees during the day with his friends on Facebook in one condensed web page.
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June 7, 2014 - PRLog -- Bruce Goldwell has created a new web page called Here's Today's Top Stories so he can share all the news feed post he sees come up on his Facebook wall in one condensed fashion.  His friends post literally dozens upon dozens of post all throughout the day and knowing he can't just repost all the post he sees, he decided to create a web page where he can post the titles for articles and videos along with a link to the original content.  In some cases, he embeds videos he finds interesting on the page so visitors can view the videos right from the page.

Goldwell is not associated with any particular political party, but he does consider himself a Conservative  Most all his friends on Facebook are Conservatives too so the post throughout the day are from that perspective.

Goldwell not only has links to News stories posted by friends, but he is also including a section for Entertainment news, Lifestyle, Music and will be addiing additional categories to the page.  He has also included links to 50 Conservative News Resources. Over the years, Bruce has also been an administrator of a group of Independent Authors on Facebook and when he can he looks for ways to help share his author friend's books so he has included a section for Recommended books by Independent authors as well.

"In just one day, I have over two dozen post on the news feed for political articles alone," Goldwell stated.  "That is just too many articles to Share with my friends on Facebook so the logical thing to do was to create this web site so I can add articles and links throughout the day. This way when my friends come home from work, they can visit the one page to see what articles I have chosen to pass on to them."

Goldwell chose a simple format for his web page after having viewed the top news resource on the Internet (has 12 letters, starts with D, ends with T) and seeing how simple they (or rather he) made that web site.  However, Goldwelll believes his web site is slightly more appealing to the eye.

A picture is worth a thousand words, so the best thing to do is to share the link to this site so you can judge for yourself.  If you chose to click one of the Facebook, Twitter or G+ share buttons during your visit, Goldwell will be most appreciative.

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