Author Topic: How to Post Simultaneously on Multiple Social Sites  (Read 850 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline ebenzunlimited

  • Lead Admin
  • *****
How to Post Simultaneously on Multiple Social Sites
« on: June 07, 2012, 02:32:16 AM »
So youre too busy to go to every social site youre on? Well, autoposting is the answer post once, and share without having to lift another finger. You can make this happen by using a social sites applications, or with third-party applications that help you manage your social activities across one or several sites.

Social Network Applications

Many social networks offer their own apps for either pulling in or sharing content. For example, connect your blog to Facebook with Networked Blogs. Want to share Facebook posts with Twitter, use: Or use the Selective Tweets app to share only the posts you choose.

Be careful when connecting sites, however. You may run into a mirroring effect where youll create duplicate and annoying posts. For example, choose only one direction when going from Facebook to Twitter or visa versa.

Facebook doesnt make it easy to find apps. Youll need to research the ones you want, go to their Facebook pages, then add them from there. And when selecting apps, make sure you understand where the autoposts will end up whether thats on your personal or business pages.
Third-Party Applications

These days, many companies are creating tools that are making socializing easier. For Tweeting, use third-party applications like, HootSuite, TweetDeck and SocialOomph. Their feature the ability to manage multiple profiles, schedule messages and tweets, monitor mentions and analyze traffic.

For business owners, theres Sendible. Its features are similar, but you can manage many social media channels at once, staring at $29.99/month for up to 30 services. For more sophisticated palates, theres SproutSocial for $39/month and Vitrue, which starts at $300/month. is a free site that lets you post updates from anywhere to several social networks at once including Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace, Bebo, Blogger and more.


Need a simpler way to connect? Use the hastags #in or #li to selectively share Tweets with your LinkedIn status. Or use #fb for Facebook.
Business Users Take Note

According to a study by Applum in September 2011, automated messages to Facebook receive an average of 70% fewer likes and comments per fan. This is happening because Facebook is reducing the prominence of these posts and collapsing updates from the same applications. Likes and comments increase a posts prominence in the news feed which drive more impressions and clicks so use manual posting if possible.

Remember Who Youre Talking To

If you decide to share your posts among different sites, be sure that what you write in one is appropriate for the other. In other words, share that joke on your Facebook personal page and it could end up on that business site youre linking to. Awkward! Plus, consider the format. A longer post on Facebook will be truncated to 140 characters on Twitter.

Image Credit: Todd Warnock/Lifesize/Getty Images
« Last Edit: June 07, 2012, 02:34:22 AM by ebenzunlimited »
Insane I Lived♥ Sane I Died♥<img src='' />


* Post Updates

How to chose your domain name the right way. by Shole
[Today at 04:18:54 AM]

Re: Convert Thunderbird to Outlook by kevinriseyit
[January 18, 2021, 08:40:07 AM]

Re: Easiest way to convert EML to PST by kevinriseyit
[January 18, 2021, 08:30:21 AM]

Inside: 3P Techies Blog

* Newest Techies

Get Updates

Sign up to get latest updates delivered to your inbox. No Spam, We Promise!

Get Hosting!

a Faster web hosting service

Copyright 3rd Planet Techies. All rights Reserved.

Top || Mobile || Privacy