Share Google+ to LinkedIn

Share Google+ to LinkedIn

We gladly present you repost from personal Google+ to LinkedIn. This eagerly awaited feature is finally available to all Friends+Me users.

All you have to do is to connect your LinkedIn account to Friends+Me and choose whether you want your reposts to be seen by everyone or only by LinkedIn users you’re connected to.

LinkedIn limits the number of user shares per day to 25 but it should be more than enough. Google+ activities are shared to LinkedIn only when a control hashtag is used. It is a preferred option due to the daily limit.

Enjoy.

http://blog.friendsplus.me/2012/12/share-google-to-linkedin.html

13 thoughts on “Share Google+ to LinkedIn

  1. I made a public post this morning and it didn’t show up on my feed..  Was there a period of downtime this morning?  But I just posted one and it flowed over to Facebook in the 5 minute interval..  so it must be fixed, right?

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  2. Hi Beau Briggs since this morning only one your repost to Facebook have failed https://plus.google.com/102132784984402317732/posts/SY5Yk8PzxnQ

    Facebook error:
    You can’t post this because it has a blocked link.: The content you’re trying to share includes a link that’s been blocked for being spammy or unsafe:nnhttp://goo.gl/gfjrsnnFor more information, visit the Help Center. If you think you’re seeing this by mistake, please let us know

    This is unbelievable, FB Graph API is so paranoid.

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  3. Yep, as LinkedIn is mainly for business/professional use I think it would make more sense.

    The way I have it set up now is :

    G+Page to Twiter business account and FB Page
    G+ personal to Twitter personal account, and I don’t bore people with my work stuff 🙂

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