How to Automatically Post Facebook Status Updates to Twitter

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Have you ever wondered how to automatically post facebook to twitter for each status update?

In this article i’m going to show you step by step how to automatically post your facebook status updates to twitter so you can stay more productive and keep your twitter followers in the loop all the time and increase your reach with every post.

Automatically post facebook to twitter

Now you are probably wondering in the back of your head.. I want all my business posts to go to my business twitter account not my personal twitter and visa versa.. well I will demystify that in this post as well so you can be sure you are posting only from the right facebook fan pages to the right twitter accounts.

Step 1:

Log into your facebook account

Step 2:

Assume the role of your facebook fan page by clicking in the top right hand corner drop down arrow.

Step 3:

click on the page you would like to sync with twitter.

Step 4:

click edit page in the top right hand corner

Step 5:

click resources

Step 6:

click link your page to twitter

Step 7:

it will tell you you have to continue as yourself to continue, go ahead and click continue

Step 8:

a page like this will appear, click the link to twitter button.How to Automatically Post Facebook Status Updates to Twitter

Step 9:

A box will pop up that say authorize app. check to make sure you are logged in as the twitter account you want to link up. If not you need to click sign out. once signed out you will see the same screen this time it will have a login. You can now use the login credentials from the twitter account you wish to link up and click authorize.

There you have it 9 simple steps to easily leverage your time and automatically post your facebook fan page status updates to twitter.

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How to Automatically Post Facebook Status Updates to Twitter
How to Automatically Post Facebook Status Updates to Twitter
How to Automatically Post Facebook Status Updates to Twitter
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How to Automatically Post Facebook Status Updates to Twitter
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How to Automatically Post Facebook Status Updates to Twitter

Comments

  1. George Rabito says

    A question: I’m trying to link status updates etc. to twitter from my personal FB page, but do not see an “edit page” button on the right like you indicate in the video. How can I do this without choosing a fan page?

  2. john barry says

    Great video Ryan! So I followed your steps but my Facebook fan page status is still not showing up on my twitter page. Is there another step that I need to do?

  3. says

    I don’t recommend integrating the two. If you have a Facebook personal profile and business page associated with this you run the risk of accidentally posting your Facebook personal status updates to your Twitter business page. This has happened to us numerous times where the accounts were synced correctly and they just break all of the sudden. It’s awful! I suspect it has something to do with app or site updates on either side of Twitter or Facebook and the connection breaks. It’s never worked smoothly for me for more than a month.

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