This webinar will explain the changes in detail and how your business can benefit from the changes.
Click on ‘Link to Twitter’ You’ve probably heard that Facebook changed everything for business pages.
To configure the app to post tweets to your Facbeook profile, enter your Twitter username, and grant it access to your Facebook profile.
Some Facebook and Twitter users argue that the two should not be combined, and it’s unwise to flood your followers and friends with the same content.
On the flip side, there is often a lot of content that is of interest to both your Facebook and Twitter friends, and finding a way to easily share that information across social networks can be a timesaver.
Status updates have gained a place in popular culture as a new form of literary expression and many websites have emerged to publicize funny or clever updates.
Status updates can be shared among all friends, to a select group or to individuals.
Note: since Twitter has a 140 character limit, it will automatically truncate your post with an automatically created short URL (Example fb.me/XYC) that will link back to the original post on Facebook.
Note that you also have the option of undoing this link at anytime by visiting facebook.com/twitter.
Here you can decide how much information you want to share with Twitter then click “save changes” and you’re all set!
Now you’ll be able to simply post a status update in Facebook that will save you from having to login to both services and post two separate updates.
It allows users to receive information about what their friends are doing, reading, watching or thinking, and provides opportunities for friends to comment and interact based on what is shared.
Updates can be shared from a Web browser, mobile site or through text message.