Kentico MVP, Brian McKeiver, Explores the Auto Publish Feature of Kentico CMS 7

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Continuing his review of new Kentico CMS 7 features, Brian’s mini blog series focuses on the newly-announced Auto Publishing feature which enables automatic publishing of content to Twitter and Facebook.

Twitter App Setup

In his first blog, Brian takes us on a step-by-step tour of a Twitter App set up. He explains how to inform Twitter of how we are going to talk to it from our Kentico site.

Automatically Post Your Content to Twitter and Facebook using Kentico CMS 7 – Part 1


Facebook App and Page Setup

The second post continues the process of linking your Kentico site to your social networking platforms by showing you how to create the Facebook App and linking to your existing or newly-built Facebook Page.
You will then have two new social media applications tied to your personal, company, or brand accounts that Kentico CMS will be able to automatically publish to.

Automatically Post Your Content to Twitter and Facebook using Kentico CMS 7 - Part 2


Automatically Post Your Content

Have you set up everything according to Brian’s detailed descriptions? If so, the third blog wraps things up with the completion of the process; automatically publishing content from your Kentico site to your Twitter and Facebook pages! Brian shows you how to add the functionality to any custom document type that you might have. All out of the box, with no coding required.

Automatically Post Your Content to Twitter and Facebook using Kentico CMS 7 - Part 3


“As you can see the real work here is involved in setting up your social media side of things..... Once those are setup Kentico makes it extremely easy to push the content there,” says Brian McKeiver.
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Katerina Rozsnyo Pelanova

Hi, I'm the Campaign Manager at Kentico and I take care of marketing campaigns and communication in social networks. So please stay tuned to our Facebook Page and follow us on Twitter to get hot news about Kentico.

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