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Recently, WordPress, the most popular content management system, has launched a new feature that enables webmasters to publish an entire blog of a website on Twitter from within the WordPress dashboard. This innovation shows the integration between WordPress and Twitter. WordPress users can now post content on Twitter right from the CMS. All they need to do is perform 2/3 clicks.

You will be able to save the time you invest in separately creating a post for your Twitter. Now users can post a piece of content to both platforms at once. This will also benefit the Twitter users who will now get high-quality content on the timeline because of this feature. Hence, it will benefit both readers and content creators. Readers will get premium content, and content creators will bring brand awareness.

WordPress claims that when you post content through your WordPress dashboard on Twitter, it will also take essential things with the post, including videos, images, and embeds.

Not only that, but this new integrated feature will also provide a preview of how the post will look when it will be posted on Twitter.

How This Feature Works

After publishing a post on your website using the WordPress dashboard, you will be able to post the same post on Twitter as well.

Here is how users can access this feature and post content through WordPress dashboard to Twitter:

  1. In the dashboard of WordPress, you need to find the Jetpack icon located on the header menu’s right side.
  2. Then click it to continue.
  3. Now you will see two options to select from.
  4. The first option will allow you to share a link of your post on your Twitter timeline. The second option will allow you to post the whole content on your Twitter timeline right away from your WordPress CMS.

Not only that, but WordPress said that they have also optimized the formatting of Twitter posts. This means when you will share content from your WordPress dashboard, it won’t look messy on your Twitter’s timeline. WordPress promises that your content will appear neat and clean on the Twitter thread as well.

For example, if your post contains a long para, WordPress will automatically split it into small paragraphs so that it looks good on your Twitter account.

If your content contains bulletin points, it will remain the same even while posting on Twitter. It won’t turn into an untidy paragraph while sharing on Twitter, said WordPress.

This feature will open a new opportunity for the webmasters to share the content on social media and get high-quality visitors back to their site. Not only that, but it might also become an ideal way to increase website visitors for the content creators.

 Whenever you use this feature to share content on Twitter, it will show an attribution link back to your website on the bottom of the post. This link will be automatically placed in your all Twitter posts if you use WordPress CMS to share content.

Hence, it might also be a great innovation to earn free backlinks for your newly created WordPress posts.

If you are a Webmaster and use WordPress, we hope this feature will be a treat for you.

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