Tweet + Post: Once written, twice posted

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Reporter, editor, copy writer, photographer, tweeter, blogger, copy editor. Chances are, if you’re creating content, you’re a person who wears many hats and juggles many tasks simultaneously. So why not add a tool to your tool belt to help you accomplish the plethora of jobs that require your attention?

I’m talking about an oldie but a goodie: ScribbleLive’s Tweet + Post feature.

Using Tweet + Post, you can create content within ScribbleLive to post to your website (remember this part, it’ll be important later), while simultaneously tweeting that content out to your Twitter following. Once written, twice posted. (What’s that I hear? Is that the sweet sound of workflow being simplified?)

Here it is in action:

For a more detailed walk-through of how to set this feature up, check out our Help Desk.

Connecting, sharing, engaging

In addition to the obvious advantage of only having to create content once, there are a few other benefits to using Tweet + Post:

  • Serve multiple audiences: Focusing on the platform that is powering real-time content on your site (that’s ScribbleLive!) means that you are placing an emphasis in serving your existing audience with the best content you have. This is fantastic. But by tweeting this content to your Twitter followers with little to no extra effort, you can engage with another segment of your audience that may have been drifting about the Twittersphere, unaware of your amazing event.
  • Boost SEO: Google likes original content. Authoritative original content, to be exact. When you use our white label pages, Google recognizes that you are updating the page often, and will return to index the content more frequently than, say, a static website. This can help boost your site in its rankings—provided you’re creating the aforementioned authoritative content that can’t be found anywhere else, of course.*
  • Tweet + Post from anywhere: You can use this feature on our mobile apps too. Read more about it here.

*Nobody knows exactly how Google’s algorithms work, so this advice is subject to change at any time.

Have any questions? Learn more about this and how to use other social networks to engage your real-time audience in our Social Networks and Communities ScribbleU course. Or, as always, drop us a line at

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