How To Share Your Blogs On Social Media Using WordPress?

Writing blog posts isn’t enough. Sharing it further with the online crowd is of utmost importance. But sharing the same blog on different social media channels can be a pain at times. After all, there are so many of them. WordPress.com came up once again to rescue bloggers.

With the help of sharing option on WordPress.com, you can share your blogs right from your website’s editor. To use this feature you have to do a couple of things. I have mentioned them below. All you need to do is follow them. So, let’s get started! 🙂

Connecting Social Media With WordPress.com

The first and foremost step is to connect your social media accounts to your WordPress.com website. Below are some steps that will help you connect your social media accounts to WordPress.com site.

Step 1: Visit My Sites

Step 1 Sharing on WordPress.com

Step 2: Visit Sharing Under Configure Section

Step 2 Sharing on WordPress.com

Step 3: Connect Social Media to WordPress.com

Step 3 Sharing on WordPress.com

Once your social media accounts are connected to your website, you will find them under Sharing section while creating any new blog post. (Screenshot below)

Step 4 Sharing on WordPress.com
To show it as an example, I connected only Facebook. You can connect as many as you want to.

Using this section, you can choose the social media platforms where you want to share your new blog by simply choosing the checkboxes. You can also use ‘Customize the message’ box to create content for social media and your blog will be shared with the content that you will write here.

So, isn’t it simple? Now, there is no need to share the blogs individually on a number of social media channels. Just publish your blog post, use sharing section, and your new blog will be shared on all your social timelines. 🙂

If you have any more question on this, you can also look for the support document or let me know through the comment section below. I’ll be happy to help you! 🙂

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