✅ Welcome to our comprehensive tutorial on how to effectively utilize the posting feature within LikeIt! Our platform’s posting tool is designed to streamline your workflow, save you valuable time, and centralize all your posting activities. With LikeIt, you have the power to create a single post and effortlessly distribute it across all your connected social media platforms.
While the posting process in LikeIt offers a unified experience, it’s important to note that the requirements and formats may vary across different social media platforms. For instance, platforms like YouTube and TikTok focus exclusively on video-based content, while Google My Business (GMB) supports text-only posts. Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter, on the other hand, are hybrid platforms that allow both image and text-based posts. Rest assured, LikeIt enables you to seamlessly create posts that cater to the unique needs of each platform.
Before you embark on your posting journey, we recommend gathering all the necessary copies, assets, images, and videos to ensure a smooth and efficient process. By having everything prepared in advance, you can make the most out of LikeIt’s time-saving features.
Our platform offers fine-tuning features to customize your posts to each platform’s specifications. For example, you can crop images to custom and recommended sizes for each social media platform. You can also adjust file type, weight, and proportions to ensure that your posts meet each platform’s specific requirements. If you have an image intended for both Twitter and Instagram, you can customize the proportions of the image to fit each platform’s dimensions.
Each social media platform has different customization options, such as YouTube’s privacy settings or Facebook’s call-to-action feature. While you can unify different elements by using the same media and common message, it’s important to note that each social media platform has its own unique features and limitations. For example, Google My Business restricts the posting of phone data and links when not using the call-to-action feature designed for each element.
Here are the basic steps to create a post on LikeIt:
Step 1. Create a post: In here you define the business to which the post belongs, the social media platforms to which is posted, title, assets, and common message. All of these will be used as common inputs for constructing the post ahead, but you will still be able to edit and modify them as you go.
Step 2. Media Fine tune: Use the Media Fine-Tune section to crop images, adjust file types, weights, and proportions. Also define additional details depending on the post such as the thumbnail on the Youtube case, or alternative text on the Facebook case.
Step 3. Content Fine tune: Use the Content Fine-Tune section to fine-tune the content and characteristics of each social media platform. This may include descriptions, titles, hashtags, call-to-actions, and other additional configuration options for each platform. In here you will get to modify or use the common message you defined in the first step.
Step 4. Preview and publish: Finally in here you will be able to get to see the preview of each publication on each social media, even if both the assets and content are different our system will show you as accurately possible the preview of the publication.
During the final step of the publication process, you have two options: you can either choose to make an immediate publication or schedule your post for a later date. If you opt for scheduling, you can specify the desired date and time for your post to be published. The great advantage of scheduling is that you retain the flexibility to make modifications to your post at any time before its scheduled publication date.
For further assistance, please check out our other tutorial videos related to posting. We hope this tutorial has provided you with a glimpse of what you can achieve by using our posting tool.
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