How to Cross-Post Content on Facebook and Instagram

One of the beauties of an online business is to have a presence on all or similarly different social media accounts which of course Facebook and Instagram belong. As much as you can target your business audiences on Facebook, Instagram also has detailed demography that could help your reach your targeted audiences for the sake of your business.

However, away from spending a lot of money on sponsored ads, both social platforms could also be a great source of organic audiences that could be converted to potential customers especially when properly managed. Facebook and Instagram are both owned by one company thereby making synchronization a simple possibility. You can simply link your Facebook Business Page with your Instagram such that it is easy to cross-post on both Social Platforms.

The first and most significant motivation to cross-post from Facebook on Instagram is that it saves time and exertion. This is particularly useful for organizations that present often and have on keep a functioning social media presence.

All things considered, it is a problem to make new posts for every stage and still have the option to post oftentimes and reliably. Thusly, by presenting content on the two stages immediately, you can save a ton of time and exertion.

One more advantage of the cross-posting highlight is that you can post pictures straightforwardly from your work area. Instagram, as a stage, works best with the versatile application and spots a few limitations on work area use. Utilizing this component you can present pictures on Instagram directly from your work area, making the interaction simpler.

To start cross-posting, you need to follow certain steps

  • Firstly, log into your Facebook Page and Click on Setting
  • From the sidebar on the left side of the page, select the “Instagram” option.
  • After clicking on the Instagram option, you will be prompted to log into your Instagram account
  • Input your correct login credentials and your Facebook page will be linked to your Instagram
  • The next thing to do is to post on your Facebook Page
  • Always ensure each of your posts has an image as every Facebook Page post will now appear on your Instagram timeline


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