New Content Sources! Giphy, Flickr, and eBay

Over the past few weeks, we have added three new content sources that FPTraffic members can use to easily find and schedule content to post to their Facebook Pages. Here is a breakdown of those sources and how you can use them to increase engagement on your social media posts!


Giphy is possibly the largest source of gifs on the internet. We have integrated with them directly so that FPTraffic members can easily find and schedule gifs to post to their social media accounts with a few keystrokes and a click of their mouse.

FPTraffic Giphy

Facebook Page reach on gifs usually is not as good as it is with normal images, but it’s always good to mix up your content to help keep your audience engaged. If you have a Twitter account connected to your Page on FPTraffic, we will post your gifs to Twitter as well, which typically does increase overall engagement.

Give our new Giphy tool a try and see how your audience responds to gifs.


Remember Flickr? Flickr was once one of the top image sites on the internet. It’s popularity has waned over the years, but it’s still a great source of content and there are billions of images sitting on Flickr waiting for you!

Flickr on FPTraffic

Use our new Flickr tool to find awesome images your audience will love.


One of our goals at FPTraffic is to help you not only build and grow Facebook Pages, but also to help you monetize your Pages. In order to be able to maintain the growth of your Page for your audience, you will need to make some money from it.

We are excited to announce integration with eBay on FPTraffic! You can now find and schedule items from eBay to post to your Facebook Pages with, you guessed it, a click of your mouse 🙂

Post eBay listings using FPTraffic

FPTraffic is completely integrated with the 22 different regions eBay covers within the eBay Partner Network. Search through millions of listings in just a few seconds from any of these regions and earn commission on any sales generated through your social media accounts.

We are excited to release these new content sources and are working hard to be able to add more soon. If you have any recommendations, please feel free to post them in the comments below. Of course, if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact our support.

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