Convert Blog Posts to Social Media Campaigns with Missinglettr –

missinglettr review

In this article we will review Missinglettr – an easy-to-use, fully automated, content repurposing tool for social media.

Given that reach of organic social media posts are just around 1-2%, it only makes sense to periodically share your existing content on these platforms. However, re-creating social media posts from the same old content is a time-consuming task. Wouldn’t you rather spend that time work on new content?

Enter Missinglettr.

Missinglettr is an easy-to-use, automated, content repurposing tool for social media. It automatically turns your blog posts into engaging social media campaigns, and posts them all throughout the year. It is really as simple as it sounds. Here’s how Missinglettr works:

  • You enter a blog post in Missinglettr.
  • It automatically generates a social media campaign, along with a content calendar.
  • You can edit/remove each social media post as per your liking and then approve the campaign.

And that’s it. Missinglettr will share your posts in your respective social media channels.

How to use Missinglettr to Automatically Turn Blog Posts into Scheduled Social Media Campaigns

During the review I found Missinglettr to be extremely easy to use, and beautifully designed. In just a few clicks Missinglettr was able to turn WPExplorer’s blog posts into year-long social media campaigns.

Here’s how you can create a social media campaign in Missinglettr.

missinglettr signup page

Step 1: The first step is to sign up for a new account. I’ve signed up for a Business account as it includes all the product features Missinglettr has to offer.

Signing up for a Missinglettr account does not require a CC and you get a 14-day trial on any plan. Go ahead and give it a try!

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Step 2: After signing up for Missinglettr, the next step is to create and configure a new project. Think of a project as the source website from which all blog posts will be fetched. I’ve chosen the project name as WPExplorer and entered a recent tutorial I wrote.

Next, I connected my personal Twitter account and proceeded to the next step. At the time of writing this review, Missinglettr supports Twitter, Facebook (Pages and Groups) and LinkedIn (Personal and Company feeds). Support for Google My Business is coming soon.

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This article was written by Sourav and originally published on WPExplorer.

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