Making a Post
With Webtalk you can post and directly engage your target audience via SocialCRM Channels. You are also able to share files, photos and videos, as well as syndicate to other social media.
Public posts are shared publicly on the internet, to your followers, and all contacts.
All Contacts posts are only shared with the people you are connected with.
Professional Network posts will be shared to the contacts you selected as Professional.
Personal Network posts will be shared to the contacts you selected as Personal.
Custom Groups posts allows you to target specific sub-segments from your network based on SocialCRM categories and labels.
Only Me posts is a private channel for you to keep, share, or store content. Enjoy file storage by uploading files to the Only Me talk channel
Webtalk also allows you to disable comments on a post.
- When making a post, you can select to Allow Comments, from all your connections.
- Select/deselect Allow Public Comments, to allow/prevent non-connections from posting comments.
Spotlight posts allow you to prioritize your post in your intended audience's newsfeed. It will also send your audience a notification (PRO feature with limited quantity).
Easily syndicate and share your post to Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Slack with Webtalk's social syndication buttons.
Manage all your social media and professional communication from one powerful dashboard!
Data/Content Distribution and Privacy with Webtalk:
SocialCRM, Talk Box, Newsfeed, offer users inherent layers of privacy controls that are actually built into the architecture of the platform.
With Talk Box and Newsfeed you can share content strictly with the network segments (SocialCRM categories, labels, tags) that you select! This ensures that only your target audience can see your posts. The benefit of this features is that it also prevents other contacts in your network from seeing posts that were not intended for them.
Webtalk makes consolidating your contacts while segregating your data incredibly easy with SocialCRM!
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