Publish to Twitter

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Integrating Content Marketing Platform (CMP) with Twitter lets teams build completed posts in the CMP platform, approve them for publication and immediately share to Twitter. 

Select Twitter as a publishing channel

Go to Publishing tab and click Add Channel. From the drop-down, select your Twitter channel for publishing.


The publishing widget displays fields for you to complete before publishing. The Twitter publishing widget has two parts. The left part of the widget lets you enter details, and the right part shows a preview of the post on Twitter.


Switch publishing accounts

You can select from multiple Twitter channels using the arrow beside the channel name.


Edit your post

In the description field, enter text of up to 280 characters for your post.


@mention users

You can @mention users in the text box. Just type @ and select from a drop-down list of users.


Add images or video

Click Add Image and Add Video to select images and videos for the post. You can select images or videos from the Marketplace, the library, the task itself, or your device. You can add up to four images or one video for one Twitter post.


Because the limit is four images, you can click + to add up to three more images.


Set URL tracking parameters

If you post an article to link to in a Twitter post, you can set URL tracking parameters. to identify where your ad traffic is coming from and which ads helped drive a conversion. You can add the campaign source, medium, name, term, content from the default form. A preview of the URL displays at the bottom.


You also can enter custom parameters in the Custom tab.


Schedule your post

A Twitter post is published by default when you complete the post, but you can click Schedule for Later to set a scheduled date and time to publish it.


Preview the post

Previews are an approximation. The live post may have slight differences.


After adding the Twitter post, click Save to return the Publishing tab. Click Publish to publish immediately or when it is scheduled to be published.