So, while the details below will provide you the step-by-step of publishing a Facebook standing to Twitter, be cognizant of the safety concerns that might develop. In the steps listed below, I'll reveal you the best ways to inspect the security before you even post, to see if it deserves sharing.
Facebook Posts To Twitter
Actions For Sharing A Facebook Post To Twitter
1) Start by finding the Post you wish to share. For this Post, I'll be sharing the link to the "Stinky Fish Difficulty" video clip. If you have not seen it already, do not enjoy it while you are eating lunch. TRUST ME.
2) Next, click the link to the date/time that the Post was published. This will certainly take you to the private Post, instead of revealing it in your timeline or in the timeline of the Facebook page you are watching.
3) Before you share the Post, check the privacy settings to see whether it is also worth sharing. If it's very limited, it will possibly simply irritate your Twitter followers, so stay with those posts that display a world symbol. This means that the Post is visible to every person.
4) If the privacy setups are all right, just select the URL in the internet browser and duplicate it. Because you are on the page dedicated to this particular video, photo, or Post this URL will lead your Twitter fans directly to the content you wish to share. In this instance, the LINK for the video clip I am sharing is https://www.facebook.com/BigJoeInsurance/videos/1422969431075632/
5) Ultimately, head over to Twitter and develop your Post. Simply paste the URL right into the tweet if you intend to allow Twitter to reduce it. If you want to reduce the web link on your own, you can always use a tool like http://Goo.gl or http://bit.ly. In my situation, I reduced it with Hootsuite's Ow.ly shortener.
6) Click the Tweet switch as well as the Facebook Post will be shared with your Twitter fans.
Connecting Your Tweets to Facebook
1. Click the profile icon in the top right corner of your Twitter screen. Click "Settings" from the drop-down menu - (http://twitter.com/settings/applications).
2. Click "Profile" on the left side of the screen.
3. Click the "Post your Tweets to Facebook" switch at the bottom of the display.
4. Click the "Sign in to Facebook and connect your accounts" button.
5. Enter your Facebook e-mail address and also password if motivated.
6. Click the "Log In with Facebook" button.
7. Click the "Allow" switch. Your Facebook account is validated and then connected to your Twitter account.