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cross-post

[Usenet] To post a single article simultaneously to several newsgroups. Distinguished from posting the article repeatedly, once to each newsgroup, which causes people to see it multiple times (which is very bad form). Gratuitous cross-posting without a Followup-To line directing responses to a single followup group is frowned upon, as it tends to cause followup articles to go to inappropriate newsgroups when people respond to only one part of the original posting.
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However, Facebook might change its mind in the future and have the cross-posting feature work in this way.
KickSync simplifies cross-posting, quickly doubling the exposure of their inventories.
Garcia, who served as president of PSBank since 2001, will take on another position within the Metrobank group, consistent with its policy of cross-posting, an announcement said.
Secondly, it gives you a way to thank your online reviewers publicly - yes, you can also do so in a TripAdvisor management reply, but cross-posting good reviews on other platforms means that your thank-yous reach a lot more people (what do you mean, you don't reply to TripAdvisor reviews?
Much of Nike's success can be attributed to cross-posting on Facebook, which now allows users' "likes" on Instagram to appear in their Facebook feed.
Cross-Posting is Popular, But Impact is Limited - 45 percent of all photos are cross-posted, however engagement through Facebook and Twitter accounts for less than one percent of total engagement.
Combining contact management and web monitoring with integrated, automatic cross-posting to Twitter, Facebook, Yelp, LinkedIn and FourSquare--including message scheduling and geo targeting--Sprout Social provides the most comprehensive, easy-to-use SRM platform making it fast, easy and more efficient to grow and manage a successful social media presence.
The partnership will entail cross-posting of all career videos and other career content between the two companies.
By cross-posting the employment ads, both BostonWorks and Seacoast Newspapers have the opportunity to extend their brand to a new audience.
The new Atomz Publish features include content cross-posting for use across multiple channels, a drop-down and multi-select list editor interface, new administration controls, scheduled publishing, large capacity enhancements, powerful deployment to multiple Web servers, and more.
The Reach Hire Program gives employers and recruiters several advantages in increasing the visibility of their jobs, including premium positions on appropriate search results pages; cross-posting options on search engines, newsgroups, Internet communities, and specialized sites; and various links packages between an organization's web site and its accumulated job listings on HeadHunter.