Share your newsletters on Facebook and Twitter!

It’s been proven that social media and email marketing are a powerful combination. Now it’s time to take social media integration to a higher level. At GetResponse, we’ve just made sharing your newsletters on your Twitter and Facebook accounts as easy as 1-2-3.

 

 

With the brand new GetResponse functionality, you can add multiple Facebook and Twitter accounts to your campaigns and automatically share your newsletters with your friends, fans and followers. It’s practically effortless! Let me explain.

 

  • In your campaign settings, you can now add multiple Twitter and Facebook accounts in the Social Media tab.

 

 

 

  • Once you’ve authorized a social media account, you’ll never have to do it again. And the best part is, during the authorization process, you’ll be instantly redirected to the exact same step in your campaign settings. Imagine how much time and irritation that will save you.

 

 

 

  • If there’s no account to add, GetResponse will direct you to the social site you’re interested in and let you set one up from there. Once again, you’ll be redirected back to GetResponse after you’re done. Now that’s convenient!

  • When you set your newsletter delivery time, choose the Facebook and Twitter accounts you want instantly updated with your newsletter link, once it’s sent. If your Twitter/Facebook integration is turned on, this is all you have to do to “socialize” your newsletters!
  • Want to type in a message to display with your link? The editor will count the characters for you just like Twitter does.

 

 

  • At this stage, you can also add a new Facebook or Twitter account if you haven’t done so yet, or switch the integration on and off. What could be simpler?

 

There’s more good news – your newsletters can now also be easily shared to your Facebook fan page – here’s how: http://blog.getresponse.com/post-your-sign-up-forms-on-facebook.html

 

From now on, tweet out your newsletters and share them on Facebook automatically. Or…auto-magically! Extend the reach of your campaigns to non-subscribers (or at least not yet) across the Internet. Just imagine how powerful this could be at driving deeper engagement and growing your list!

 

After all, social media depends on email at its most basic level – you can’t even have a social profile without and email address. But using them together really maximizes their effectiveness. The trick is to learn how to use them as a team.

 

So give your newsletters more social power and let them extend their “lives” across the global web. And don’t forget to let us know how that’s working for you!

  • Dennis Hampton

    Very nice article Karolina. I work with small business owners teaching them how to leverage the Internet and increase their sales with social media list building. I am always searching for more great information on social media list building because their is always another new angle that is just around the corner and you don’t want to miss it. Again thanks for the great content.
    Dennis Hampton

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  • Karolina_Stefanowicz

    Hi Erun, do you use any other images in the newsletters that you share? Do you include the social sharing buttons (or a Pin It button)? Is there an online version of one newsletters you could send me a link to so I could have a look? Thanks!