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What Do Social Distribution Posts Look Like?

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What do Social Distribution posts look like?

Social Distribution posts are social media optimized (SMO), and will appear differently depending on the social network to which they are published. The samples below illustrate the appearance of these posts on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Facebook: Jobs published to Facebook will appear on the employee's profile and will include the job title, the company logo, a link to the job posting, a brief overview of the job description, and the job location.
 
An example of a Social Distribution post to Facebook.

Twitter: Jobs published to Twitter provide potential candidates with rich, engaging content, including the full job title, job location, a summary of the job, and the company logo, all in a single expanded Tweet. 

An example of a Social Distribution post to Twitter.

An example of a Social Distribution post to Twitter.

LinkedIn: Jobs published to LinkedIn will appear on the user’s personal profile and will include the job title, the company logo, a brief job description, and a link to the Social Distribution post. 

An example of a Social Distribution post to LinkedIn.

Tip: For more Social Distribution resources for all users, please see Introduction to Social Distribution.