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cross′-post`


v.i., v.t.
Computers. to post (the same message) to two or more newsgroups.
[1995–2000]
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The publication went on to explain that the feature that is still being tested will allow users to cross-post their Instagram Stories by tapping the "Share" button on the Instagram app and selecting WhatsApp before clicking the "Send" button to have it published.
We also cross-post on our parent organization's multiple platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
It's the influencers I feel most sorry for, obligated by commercial demands to cross-post across platforms and explore every new network in case it just so proves to be one that takes off.
The following is a cross-post from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) blog
When we cross-post, we try to change up the wording and make each post unique.
20 ( ANI ): A new app for iPhone allows users to cross-post to various social media websites at once, including a user's own website.
Free services like HootSuite and TweetDeck can help you cross-post, as well as assist in managing the social media you follow.
Cross-post to America's Job Bank and the GoJobs network of over 500 additional online career sites.
KickSync's users can quickly price research and cross-post individual or multiple items.
With Drupal, we happily cross-post, which has brought fresh voices into areas that had stagnated in our blogs.
It started with the Nithsdale cross-post, mailrunners on horseback.
Objective: The JET Job market and Employment Transparency project aims to increase job market and employment transparency with a unique tool allowing companies to cross-post their job advertisements all over the Internet (job boards, schools & universities, social networks) and giving them helpful analytics on the outcome of their recruitment strategy.