Sharing your posts

Sharing on Facebook

After publishing an article, you probably want to share it with your friends on Facebook. So you have two options:

  • Share it automatically, by checking the Facebook logo in the publish section. (You will need to give your permission to publish on Facebook first)

  • Manually, by posting the article on your blog and clicking on the Facebook Widget.

Tweeting an article

After publishing an article, you must want to share it with your followers on Twitter. Two options:

  • Share it automatically, by checking the Twitter logo in the publish section. (You will need to give your permission to publish on Facebook first)

  • Manually, by posting the article on your blog and clicking on the Facebook Widget.

How to enjoy the Repost feature

All bloggers from Overblog may ,at any time, spread your article including a link to the original article. That will help you to be discovered by new readers and bring you more visits. And vice versa: you can find another blog you want to present to your readers.

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Thanks to the social hub, you’ll be able to publish all your social content. You can even add several accounts for each social network.

Using the Social Hub

Publishing my Facebook posts on my blog

You just have to link your Facebook account to your blog. On your dashboard, “Activity”, on the right column “Connect your social hub”, select Facebook > Add. Then follow the instructions. Once linked, you will be able to select which account or page you want to link.

Select how many past posts that you want to be displayed on your blog, and select the filters so that you can define which kind of posts you want to appear on your blog (public, private...).

Publishing my Tweets on my blog

On your dashboard, “Activity”, on the right column “Connect your social hub”, select Twitter > Add. Then follow the instructions.

Chose the number of past Tweetss you want to be displayed on your blog, and select the filters so that you can define which kind of Tweet you want to appear on your blog (mention, reply...).

Publishing my Instagram pictures

On your dashboard, “Activity”, on the right column “Connect your social hub”, select Instagram > Add. Then follow the instructions. You will then be able to chose how many past pictures you want to be displayed on your blog. You can also select filters so that you cant define which kind of pictures you want to appear on your blog (with/without description, but be careful, if you select both cases, you must know that none of your photos will appear on your blog, obviously).

Publishing my Youtube videos

On your dashboard, “Activity”, on the right column “Connect your social hub”, select Youtube > Add. Then follow the instructions. You will then be able to chose how many past videos you want to be displayed on your blog.

Publishing my Foursquare checks-in

On your dashboard, “Activity”, on the right column “Connect your social hub”, select Foursquare > Add. Then follow the instructions. You will then be able to chose how many past checks-in you want to be displayed on your blog.

You can also select filters so that you cant define which kind of video you want to appear on your blog (with/without description).

Importing my Flickr pictures

On your dashboard, “Activity”, on the right column “Connect your social hub”, select Flickr > Add. Then follow the instructions. You will then be able to chose how many past pictures you want to be displayed on your blog.

Importing my Tumblr posts

On your dashboard, “Activity”, on the right column “Connect your social hub”, select Tumblr > Add. Then follow the instructions. You will then be able to chose how many past posts you want to be displayed on your blog.

Using RSS feed to publish

On your dashboard, “Activity”, on the right column “Connect your social hub”, select RSS > Add. Then add the RSS feed adress. You will then be able to chose how many past posts you want to be displayed on your blog.

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