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Using Twitter With CoSchedule

CoSchedule allows you to connect and post to your Twitter profile.

How To Connect To Twitter 

Connect as many Twitter accounts as you want. Simply authenticate your Twitter account as you would any other social network. Be sure you are logged into the Twitter account you want to connect. You can connect as many Twitter accounts as you would like; you will just need to log in one at a time each time you authenticate them with CoSchedule.

Once you have finished adding your Twitter accounts, you will see them added to your Social Profiles list of accounts. You can delete your Twitter accounts here, too.

 

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Creating And Posting Content to Twitter

Creating a message for Twitter is much the same as creating messages for the other social networks.

Including A Permalink In Copy Of Messages

We will always include a link in a Twitter message if it is associated with a blog post. You can control where the URL appears in your message by adjusting the {permalink} when you create your message. Be sure to leave a space on each side of the permalink.

 

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What Twitter Messages Look Like

Once you send your image, it will appear on Twitter much like a natively created message. On Twitter, the link and text posts appear the same in the news feed. Link posts, however, show hovercard information (if you have set that up for your site) when expanded.

You can create a Link Post on CoSchedule.

The post will appear on Twitter as:

You can create an Image Post on CoSchedule.

The post will appear on Twitter:

You can create a Video Post on CoSchedule

The post will appear on Twitter as:

You can create a Text Post on CoSchedule.

The post will appear on Twitter as: 

 

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