Starting today, you can simply import your news feeds from your social networks to boost a post, posts will behave like native retweets and shares, and the entire site has a cleaner interface.
- Our new layout makes it easier for members to manage their accounts and launch promotions in just a few of clicks.
- Register or log in with a social ID, connect your networks, pick a post to boost, track its performance, boost other members’ posts to add content to your news feeds and grow your network – all in a few seconds. Navigate by clicking on the Share, Track and Boost tabs.
Boost a Post
- The message creation box has been replaced with “Boost a Post”, which imports members’ Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr news feeds – eliminating the need to write a custom message from scratch. To select a post for boosting, simply tab through your connected networks. Adios, “Create a Promotion” box!
- An added benefit to “Boost a Post” is that messages post as native retweets or shares. Members no longer have to add “RT” or “Via” to posts, or worry about attribution. Followers will see the posts and recognize them as regular retweets or shares by others. The engagements will be counted on the original post, so the owner will see it on their news feeds.
To use CoPromote, all members need to have an existing Facebook page, Twitter or Tumblr account in order to get their content shared. Pages and tweets must also be publicly visible. If you don’t have a social page setup, click the links here to sign up:
To share content from your WordPress blog, media, or website, simply post the message you want shared as a new post or tweet on your social account and include the link to the content.
Then, you can select the new post for your new promotion when you click Boost. Voila! See our FAQ for more information.
Why did we make these changes?
We want your messages to get shared. Making it easier to import your news feeds and share posts natively will result in higher quality posts, more shares, and a better experience for everyone!
We always welcome feedback, so please let us know if you have any questions or suggestions!
– Community Support