PUBLISHING YOUR CONTENT ACROSS SOCIAL MEDIA
The intuitively designed AscendSocial dashboard, provides three simple methods of entering or creating content to be published to your social channels:
This method allows you to manually enter the content you wish to publish to your social channels.
Import from WordPress
With just a few clicks, AscendSocial uniquely allows you to import into your dashboard any article from any of your ‘linked’ WordPress blogs, complete with featured image.
With just a few clicks, Article Creator allows you to instantly create tip based articles which you can optionally customize before publishing to your social channels.
Whichever method is used to enter your content, AscendSocial allows you to optionally tweak your content separately for each social channel before simultaneously publishing your content to your social channels.
After entering the content you wish to publish, the OverRide Content section give you the opportunity to fine tune or tailor your content specifically for each social channel. For example, with the limit on Twitter of 280 characters, you will likely want to tweak the content which will appear over those 280 characters!
Benefits That Are Not Just Skin Deep!
The benefits to your business is that with just a few mouse clicks AscendSocial allows you to place and enticing teaser of your content in front of your social media viewers who are then able to click through and be taken directly to the article on your website where they can not only consume the entire article but they will also be exposed to the other valuable content and marketing material on your website.
Since your website visitors are now spending more time on your site, an important and welcomed side effect, which can bring significant additional benefits to your business, is the potential boosting of your search engine ranking! And all this from just a few mouse clicks on your AscendSocial dashboard!
‘Import from WordPress’ Screen Shot
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‘Override Content’ Screen Shot
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