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How to continuously autopost to social media?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by Scorpion Ghost, Jan 31, 2015.

  1. Scorpion Ghost

    Scorpion Ghost Senior Member

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    I'm looking for a way to autopost from my blog to various social media accounts (FB Page, TW Accounts, etc) using my blog's RSS Feed.

    I'm looking for a way to do it for free platforms, like blogger, but also for wordpress.org using a plugin or something. However, finding a way to do it with Blogger would surely be effective with any RSS Feed, including a wordpress.org site's RSS feed.

    I'm talking about something like Twitterfeed.

    What happens with Twitterfeed is that you can set everything up, and every time you publish a new post on your blog a post is sent to your social media accounts. Also, you can set Twitterfeed so that it starts posting from the beginning of your feed and keep posting until it posts everything in your feed - from start to finish.

    However, you can't set it to loop...

    So, say my feed has 50 posts, and I setup Twitterfeed to autopost 1 post daily. 50 days later when it finishes it will stop.

    I want to find a way to take it a step further, and set something up, somehow, that will loop and start from start again.

    So, say I have 50 posts, and I set something up - 1 post per day. 50 days later it will finish, but now I have, say, 60 posts published on my website, because in the meantime I published new content. What I want it to do now is to loop, and start from start again, but including my entire feed now (all 60 posts). Then when it finishes again 60 days later, I want it to loop again, etc, etc, etc...

    Any helpful tips?

    Thanks
     
  2. erickishere

    erickishere Elite Member

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    There's a plugin called "SNAP" Social network auto poster. As for twitter, i've been using a plugin called "revive old post" formally known as tweet old post. Works like a charm
     
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  3. luckydesigner2

    luckydesigner2 Junior Member

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    You should be using Tweet Attacks Pro 2. Their software can do that and so much more.
     
  4. Scorpion Ghost

    Scorpion Ghost Senior Member

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    I use SNAP, but SNAP is only for sharing newly published post, I don't think it can keep re-sharing existing posts, can it?

    And I'll check that "revive old post" plugin, sounds good. Thanks.

    But still that's only for Wordpress.org, what about some other way that can be used for free Blogs too?
     
  5. Scorpion Ghost

    Scorpion Ghost Senior Member

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    C'mon guys, nobody knows?

    I seem to vaguely recall reading somewhere something about using Yahoo Pipes to do this...

    I'm basically bumping this, hoping to get some helpful responses.
     
  6. mindmaster

    mindmaster Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Snap plugin for wordpress works great.
    IFTTT will help you with RSS to social accounts.
    Also hootsuite works with RSS, although it's limited to 2 rss on the free account.
     
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    christianbed Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    yeah I will second HootSuite... I think the monthly subscription is like $10 so pretty cheap and I used to use it for a client site a couple years ago and it worked really well. I forget what the pattern was but basically any blog post would then kick to Twitter, which would then push out to Facebook. If I remember correctly, Google+ was not as friendly for setups like this but again this was a couple years ago.

    Ideally I would want to share different iterations of the link, sometimes the link itself, other times a Bitly version, and other times a link from another social media account.
     
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    keywordspot Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Have you tried "TwitterFeed"?. Connect with Twitter, Facebook, G+, 10+ social networks..
     
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  9. Scorpion Ghost

    Scorpion Ghost Senior Member

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    I'm using SNAP already, but i don't think it can do what I want - which is to post from my RSS feed, and when it posts Everything in my feed, to loop and start from the beginning again...

    IFTTT, I have never used it, but I've read about it. I doubt it does what i want it to do because from what I know IFTTT works on triggers. So a trigger, an action causes a reaction, and things happen. But for what I need there will be no action, just continuous pulling from a feed and posting, and when the whole feed has been posted, loop, and start posting again, and again, and again...

    Hootsuite, I already use a free account there, and I don't want to pay for it, since it does what I need it to do with a free account, and I have no more room to add anything to it using the free account.
     
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    Scorpion Ghost Senior Member

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    Like I said in my comment above, Hootsuite is out of the question, plus I doubt it will do what I want in this case.
     
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    Yes I did, how can you even ask me that? I mentioned Twitterfeed specifically in my opening thread, what it does, and why it's limited for what I need...

    And Twitterfeed does NOT work with G+ or any of the 10 social networks you mentioned. It works only with Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn...
     
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    you should contact a software developer!!
     
  13. Scorpion Ghost

    Scorpion Ghost Senior Member

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    Naaah, I'll figure it out. I was just hoping to get pointed in the right direction by somebody, or be given a solution even better...

    But I'll figure it out.

    Thanks :)
     
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    Have you tried massplanner? Its a great tool and Im using it as an alternative to Hoot, with some extra options that I really need
     
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    I will try it ...
     
  17. ProJaguars

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    There are many ways that you can automatically share your content on the Web, and we'll go over 8 of those methods but you need to analyse which suites according to your requirements:

    1. Jetpack Publicize
    2. WP-AutoSharePost
    3. WP-AutoSharePost
    4. SocialPublish5. NextScripts: Social Networks Auto-Poster
    6. MailChimp Social
    7. Dlvr.it
    8. IFTTT

    Integrate all together to have a bulk auto posting ability for your blog post.

    Enjoy... :)