How To Share Old Blog Posts Automatically On Social Media Networks

Almost every blogger is now using social media networks to maximize the popularity and reach of their blog posts.

But there are only a few people who fully understand and utilize the power of social media.

If you think that the use of social sites is limited to sharing the content when it is first published, then you’re wrong.

A good practice is that you need to keep sharing your old blog posts on regular intervals to provide them maximum exposure and ensure continuous traffic from your social networks.

There are the following two methods to share old blog posts automatically on social media sites.

  • Manual scheduling of posts
  • Use of Revive Old Post WordPress plugin

Content scheduling is the most common and widely used method for sharing old and new content to these social sites.

Sites like Facebook allow you to schedule posts for a later date and time. There are also many wonderful online applications like ViralTag, Buffer App, SocialPost, etc. where you can schedule posts to be shared on all popular social networks.

Here are some interesting social media management tools you can use to share your blog posts on social media.

All these services include manual adding and scheduling of your blog posts for different networks. As you can imagine or must have experienced that this is also a time-consuming process.

Fortunately, we have a much simpler alternative for sharing old content automatically to social networks.

In this article, you will learn more about ‘Revive Old Post’ plugin (by Revive Social) and a step-by-step guide to using it.

Use Revive Old Post to Share Old Blog Posts Automatically

Revive Old Post is a WordPress plugin that can automatically share your old blog posts to social media networks to drive more traffic to your website. You can easily customize this plugin to set the sharing interval and the number of posts to be shared.

Let’s move tot the step-by-step process for installing and using this amazing plugin.

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