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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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Sometimes, I see tweets from libraries that are clearly using a tool such as Hootsuite to cross-post between social media platforms.
With the platforms linked, it's easy to cross-post content, which means posting the same content on both platforms at the same time.
(Please, no.) 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.
(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.
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.
Instagram Stories received a redesigned sharing option with a new "Your Facebook Story" option where users can cross-post on Facebook as well.
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.
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.