How Can I Have Broadcasts Automatically Published To Twitter?

Beyond its use for personal purposes, social networking provides a way for online professionals to share information and network with a wider audience. Reaching out to a wider audience through social networking can benefit your business and help grow your list.

Twitter lets you publish very short blurbs quickly and have them syndicated to people following your profile. Seeing the value of using this technology as a way to expand the reach of email newsletters, we've developed a feature that allows AWeber users to automatically post a tweet linking to a web version of any broadcast message.

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Step By Step Instructions

  1. Hover over the "List Options" tab and click "List Settings".

    From the left hand side of the page, click "Personalize Your List".

  2. Scroll down on this page to the "Social Media / Sharing" section. Here, click the "Connect with Twitter" button.

  3. This will take you to a page on Twitter's site where you can enter your Twitter login and password to allow your AWeber account to tweet for you. Just enter your information and click the Authorize app button.

    Note: If you are already logged into your Twitter account, you may see this instead:

    Simply click "Authorize app" here. 
  4. This will take you back to your AWeber "List Settings" page. You can scroll down to the "Social Media / Sharing" section again, and you will see your Twitter account.

    If you click the "Make Default" link, all broadcasts from this list will be tweeted by that Twitter account by default (you can disable this for an individual broadcast manually).

    Note: Each list can have its own default account.

    Clicking "Connect To A New Twitter Account" will allow you to add more Twitter accounts for you to use - these connected Twitter accounts can be used in any of your lists.
  5. After you've created your message, click the "Send Options" button to access the settings of your broadcast.

  6. Click the "Edit" button for the sharing section.

  7. On the "Broadcast Settings" page, you can choose whether or not to archive your message using the "Broadcast Archive" check box.

  8. Then, you can choose to tweet the message using the "Social Media" section. To do so, select your connected Twitter account from the drop down menu.

    Note: You can also choose to not tweet this message (useful if you set a Twitter account as your default), or even add a new Twitter account from this menu. Adding a new Twitter account works the same way here as it does on the "List Settings" page.

  9. Once complete, click the "Apply" button and proceed with the scheduling of your broadcast.

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