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I am confused about the options available such as creating posts to share on social media or share an email on social media. My weekly emails will be created from my daily social media posts that I also share on my website. So what is the difference between sharing posts or emails on social media?

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Hi @DianeD589 

 

That's a great question! The difference is really the amount of information you can customize and control when sharing your email. If you share a sent email on your website it will be done through your campaign's permanent URL. Any further information you include on this post for your website will have to be created on your end. But if you share your email on social media, you can do it through our social share feature. This feature allows you to create your post directly in your Constant Contact account. You can select which image would be shared, what page it's posted on, your text and even the time it's shared. Does this help you better understand the difference?


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Re: New and confused

Hi @DianeD589 

 

That's a great question! The difference is really the amount of information you can customize and control when sharing your email. If you share a sent email on your website it will be done through your campaign's permanent URL. Any further information you include on this post for your website will have to be created on your end. But if you share your email on social media, you can do it through our social share feature. This feature allows you to create your post directly in your Constant Contact account. You can select which image would be shared, what page it's posted on, your text and even the time it's shared. Does this help you better understand the difference?


Frankie.P
Community & Social Media Support

Did I answer your question? If so, please mark my post as an "Accepted Solution" by clicking the Accept as Solution button in the bottom right hand corner of this post.

You're not alone on your email marketing journey. Connect with a Marketing Advisor to see how they can help you develop the right strategy for your business and get the most out of your Constant Contact experience.

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