If you are like me, you have more than one persona that you want to maintain online. I do not friend anyone on Facebook unless I have a personal relationship with them. Instead, I refer them to like my Facebook Page. Trust me, if you want to stalk me you will get plenty of information just by liking my business page. No need to read my crazy political views, see pictures of my kid, or, even better, to see pictures of the most amazing crab benedict. That's the sort of torture that i reserve for people I know in real life. So imagine my surprise when I started having trouble linking my personal Twitter to my profile, and my professional Twitter to my page. Why is this so difficult? If Lynn owns a bakery she should be able to have a Twitter feed that is her and a Twitter feed that is her business without having to open a separate e-mail account. Am I right?
If I'm violating some twitter policy, sorry 'bout it. Please don't shut down my account.
To make this work for me I used Twitter and Facebook. This is mostly copy and paste except for that one little bit in the middle.
Here ya go:
To connect your Twitter account and your Facebook profile:
Now sign out of the twitter account you want updating your profile, and sign in to the twitter account you want updating your page.
You can link your profile or Page to your Twitter account so that you can share your Facebook posts on Twitter. To link your accounts, go towww.facebook.com/twitter and follow the on-screen instructions.
After you've linked your profile or Page, you can choose the types of posts (ex: status, photo) that you want to share on Twitter. Go towww.facebook.com/twitter and click Edit Settings below your profile or the Page you linked.
For posts from your profile, only posts that you've shared with Public will be shared on Twitter. Learn how to choose the audience of your posts.
Since the age of sixteen my adventures in musical theater have taken me all over the country. For the next six months I will be coast hopping between New York and LA. Here are my stories.