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Publicize: LinkedIn

Thanks to the Publicize module, you can automatically publish each one of your blog posts to your LinkedIn profile.

Connect your site to your LinkedIn account

Note: we don’t currently support Company Pages on LinkedIn, but we’re looking into supporting them in the future.

  1. To get started, log in to LinkedIn.
  2. Navigate to Jetpack → Settings → Sharing from your WordPress dashboard.
  3. Click ‘Connect your social media accounts’.
  4. This will take you to the connections page in your WordPress.com dashboard.
  5. Click the connect button next to the LinkedIn logo.

LinkedIn connection

You’ll be taken to LinkedIn where you’ll be asked to approve the connection between your site and your LinkedIn account. Click Allow.

LinkedIn connection

Back in your WordPress.com dashboard you will see a prompt asking you to confirm the account you want to connect. Click connect here and you should then see a notification saying that ‘The LinkedIn account was successfully connected’.

You can also make the connection available to all users of the site. This means that when another user creates a post it will also publicize to this LinkedIn connection. To do this, navigate to Jetpack → Settings → Sharing from your WordPress dashboard and click on ‘Connect your social media accounts’ in order to reach the connections page in your WordPress.com dashboard. Click on the arrow next to your LinkedIn connection, and then check the box saying ‘Connection available to all administrators, editors, and authors’.

Reconnecting LinkedIn

If your LinkedIn connection gets disconnected for some reason, don’t worry, just follow these steps and you’ll be back on track again in no time.

  1. Log into your site. Navigate to Jetpack → Settings → Sharing from your WordPress dashboard and click ‘Connect your social media accounts’. This takes you to the connections page in your WordPress.com dashboard, and from here you can click the ‘Disconnect’ next to the link to the LinkedIn profile you wish to disconnect.
  2. Confirm the LinkedIn link now says Share posts to your connections and you see a notification saying ‘The LinkedIn account was successfully disconnected’.
  3. Clear your browser’s cookies (this clears some cookies that LinkedIn sets which are likely part of the problem).
  4. Log back into your site. Navigate to Jetpack → Settings → Sharing from your WordPress dashboard and follow these steps to reconnect.
Sours: https://jetpack.com/support/publicize/linkedin/

Publicize makes it easy to share your site’s posts on several social media networks automatically when you publish a new post. Our Security and Complete plan users can also share content that has already been published, and schedule their posts to be shared at a specific time.

For general features and FAQs, please see our information page.

For issues with Publicize, visit the troubleshooting section.

To enable Publicize:

  • Go to Jetpack → Settings → Sharing in your site’s WP Admin.
  • Click the toggle to activate Automatically share your posts to social networks.

Connecting to Social Networks

You can connect your site to any of your social network profiles by following these steps:

  1. Log in to https://wordpress.com, and from the My Sites menu item at the top of the page, select the Jetpack-connected site you want to connect your social media accounts. Note: you may need to click on ‘Switch Sites’ to find the site you want to manage Publicize on.
  2. Navigate to Tools → Marketing → Connections.
  3. Click Connect next to the Social Network you want to connect to.
  4. Log in to that Social Network site and authorize the connection.

Global Connection

After you add a new connection, you have the option to make the connection ‘global’, meaning it can also be used by any other user on your site who has the ability to publish posts.

To make the connection available to all users, check the box labelled Connection available to all administrators, editors, and authors:

Note: Making a connection global only allows other users to share their posts to the social network. They do not have access to do anything else such as getting access to the social network account directly.

Sharing New Posts

To configure the Publicize options when writing a new post, click the green Jetpack icon at top right of the edit screen:

You’ll then see the Publicize options under the Share this post section, where you can toggle social media connections, connect new services, and write a custom message to be used when your post is shared.

Note: if you have Pre-publish checks enabled in your editor settings, you’ll also see the Publicize options after clicking the Publish… button.

 

 

How to add custom excerpts

There are a few different ways to set up different messages when your post is shared to your Social Media account. The easiest is to use the Custom Message option in the publishing options box prior to publishing your post.

To add a custom message, you can follow the steps under Sharing New Posts and Publicize in the Classic Editor.

Sharing a post as a Twitter thread

There are two options for sharing a post to Twitter:

  1. Single Tweet: Share a link to your post in a single tweet, with an optional custom message.
  2. Twitter Thread: Share the entire post (text, images, videos) as a series of Tweets in a Twitter thread.

If you select the Twitter Thread option, you’ll see vertical bars in the post editor, indicating where your content will be split into separate tweets.

Indication of how Jetpack splits a post into separate tweets.

Note that there are certain limitations around the type of content which can be shared to Twitter, so it’s possible that not everything in your post will be included in the Twitter thread. If you click on any block in your post you’ll see a Twitter icon at the bottom of the block. Any relevant information about the content will be displayed here.

Re-sharing your content

This feature is for sites with a Security or Complete plan.

With Publicize, you are able to schedule shares or re-shares of your published content for specific dates and times in the future. This does not work for posts that are scheduled that have not yet been published.

To re-share your content, go to My Sites (on WordPress.com) , select your site, then go to Site → Posts and look for the post you want to share. Click the 3 dots icon next to the post, then click Share.

Click the toggle next to the connected accounts to which you’d like to share your post. That will activate the text box where you can write a custom message for your social media audience.

If you don’t want to write a custom message, you can use the default sharing message (the title of the post). When you are happy with your message, click Preview to see a preview of how it will appear once shared, or click Share post to publish it.

By selecting connected services for each Publicize action, you can craft your message according to your audiences, or use different messages for each of your accounts.

Please note that this feature is not currently supported for Custom Post Types or scheduled posts.

Scheduling your shares

This feature is for sites with a Security or Complete plan.

With Publicize, you are able to schedule shares or re-shares of your published content for specific dates and times in the future. This does not work for posts that are scheduled that have not yet been published.

To schedule shares of your content, go to My Sites (on WordPress.com), select your site, then go to Site → Posts and look for the post you want to share. Click the 3 dots icon next to the post, then click Share.

At the bottom left you will see a Share post button. Click the calendar icon beside this button to choose a date and time that you would like your content to be shared.

When you are happy with your message, click Preview to see a preview of how it will appear once shared, or Schedule to schedule the share for the date and time you have selected.

By selecting different connected services for scheduled shares, you can craft your messages for different networks, audiences, or time zones.

Please note that this feature is not currently supported for Custom Post Types or scheduled posts.

Further Reading

 

Troubleshooting Publicize

If you are having trouble with Publicize, take a look at our Troubleshooting page, or feel free to contact us.

Privacy Information

This feature is de-activated by default. It can be activated at any time by toggling the Automatically share your posts to social networks setting in the Publicize connections section from Jetpack — Settings — Sharing in your WP Admin.

 

 

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Hi @traceyhub

You appear to have duplicate og:image tags in your posts, which will cause issues for LinkedIn and other social media too.

It looks like the other og:image tag is coming from Yoast, if you view the source code of your posts, and search for “og:image” you’ll see there are two instances, one provided by Jetpack, and another one higher up.

When you share a post on Facebook or LinkedIn, or when Jetpack Publicize publishes a post to those social media pages, Facebook & LinkedIn will crawl the page and look for Open Graph meta tags in the head to build a complete post preview (with an image, title, description, …). Jetpack automatically creates these Open Graph Meta Tags for you unless you already use another Open Graph plugin, in which case we let the other plugin handle things but sometimes it doesn’t work perfectly.

Looking at your site, I see you have the Yoast SEO plugin installed and active, which also adds OG tags. You can either disable it in Yoast or if you would rather just use Jetpack’s open graph tags, you can use this plugin to keep them on: https://wordpress.org/plugins/always-use-jetpack-open-graph

After doing this, try to share a new post, and if the issue reoccurs, do let us know, and we can investigate further.

Sours: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/publicize-to-linkedin-not-sharing-feature-image/
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