You can publish a text post to your Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook account directly via the Notified PR Platform.

First, you must link your social media account(s) to your Notified press release account.

Linking Notified to your Social Media Account

Link your social media account to your Notified press release account via the following steps:

Step 1: Click the “Settings” tab on your Distribute Home page and select “Social Settings” from the left-hand menu:

Step 2: Click the tab for the Social Media channel for the account you’d like to add:

Step 3: Click the “+ Add a Facebook/Twitter/LinkedIn Account” button:

Step 4: Log In to your social media account.

Step 5: Click the “Continue as” button and confirm you are giving Notified permission to post to your social media account feed:

Step 6: Once your social media account has been linked to your Notified press release account, you will see it in your Social Settings tab. You can Add a Description to the social media account, if you like.

Congratulations, you can now post to your social media account!

Posting a Press Release to Your Social Media Account

Now that your social media account is linked to your Notified press release account, you can easily create a text post during the press release submission workflow. Follow the below steps:

Step 1: On the Optimization tab, scroll down to the “Social Media” section and click “Create Post”

Step 2: Select your social media account from the drop-down

Step 3: Click the “Customize” button to add your custom text post. The system will include a shortened link to your release on the Notified GlobeNewswire public newsroom by default.

Step 4: Click the “Create Post” button.

Step 5: You will now see your post displaying in the Social Media section on the Optimization tab.

Step 6: Complete the submission process as you would normally. Your social media post will go appear on your feed once the press release goes live.

Congratulations, you have added a social media post to your submission!

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