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What can I do to prevent everyone from sharing the same post?
What can I do to prevent everyone from sharing the same post?
Stefan Kapteijns avatar
Written by Stefan Kapteijns
Updated over a week ago

That's an excellent question, and you're right; it's essential to avoid that scenario. We provide several options to prevent such occurrences.

  1. Spread your social media post over a longer period of time.
    You can use the datepicker to select a date range from, for example, Monday till Friday. The ambassadors you selected, will receive the post you created, somewhere between Monday and Friday and not all on the same day at the same time.

  2. Create different text variations of one post.
    You have the option to either create the texts yourself or leverage our AI feature to automate the process for you.Additionally, we encourage ambassadors to edit the suggested posts themselves, adding a personal touch to enhance engagement. It's a win-win situation for everyone involved!

  3. Use different images for your posts.
    You can create different variations for each image, or let your ambassadors choose which image they’d like to share.

  4. Use groups to mix up your suggestions
    You have the ability to categorize your brand ambassador team using groups. Instead of sending every post to everyone, it's best to be as targeted and relevant as possible for optimal results. Utilize groups to filter your audience based on factors like job title, language, country/region, and more. This way, you can ensure maximum success and engagement with your posts.

Good to know: Since your colleagues are part of your network, you might come across many of their posts on your timeline. However, rest assured that people outside your organization most likely do not have multiple connections from your company in their network. Therefore, they are unlikely to experience the same level of content repetition.

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