What is being shared?
You are selecting the template to share. This will share a link to the template.
Identify the content that will be shared
-A link to the dashboard -The name of the sender -A message from the sender -A link to the document
Set up the sharing template
In the “Share” window, you have the ability to include a message along with the link to your file.
How to share
To share your template with others, click on the “Share Template” link in the Dashboard. This will open up the Share Template popup. From here, you can either share your template via a link or embed it on your website.
Choose the social media platform
When sharing your template designs with others, you will be prompted toselect the social media platform you want to share your content on. After selecting the platform of your choice, a preview of your template will be generated for you to review. Once you are happy with the preview, hit the “Share” button and your template will be shared on your chosen social media platform.
Copy and paste the link
When you click on the share template link in the dashboard, a popup will appear with a field for you to copy and paste the link.
Tips for sharing
Linkedin has introduced a new way to share articles, templates, and other types of content. When you select the share button, a pop-up will appear with different sharing options. If you select the “template” option, you will be able to share the template with a link.
When sharing your article through the template link in the dashboard, we recommend using images to help increase engagement. Adding an image to your post will help it stand out in social media feeds and can also help communicate the topic of your article more effectively. Keep in mind that you should only use images that you have the rights to share, and that meet our content guidelines.
Hashtags are a great way to get your content seen by more people. When you include hashtags in your posts, people who are searching for that hashtag will be able to see your content. This can help you reach a wider audience and get more engagement on your posts.
To use hashtags effectively, do some research to find the most popular hashtags in your industry. You can also use tools like Hashtagify to find related hashtags. Once you have a list of relevant hashtags, add them to your posts and see how it goes!
Use a call to action
When creating your message, be sure to include a call to action. The call to action is the part of your message that tells your audience what you want them to do. For example, if you’re sharing a blog post, your call to action might be something like “read the full article” or “learn more.”
Your call to action should be short, sweet, and to the point. It should be easy for your audience to understand what you want them to do, and it should align with the overall goal of your message. For example, if you’re sharing a blog post about choosing the right social media platform for your business, your call to action might be something like “choose the right social media platform for your business.”
If you’re not sure what call to action would work best for your message, try A/B testing different options. A/B testing is a method of testing two or more versions of a message (such as two different calls to action) to see which one performs better. To A/B test your calls to action, simply create two different versions of your message (with different calls to action) and share each version with a different group of people. Then, track how each version performs and choose the one that yields the best results.