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If you have more than one author creating content on your blog, then add these meta tags to customize the campaign branding

Missinglettr is for anyone who has a blog they want to promote on social media easier, faster, and with better results. Here's a quick recap of the set-up process: Connect your blog to Missinglettr s…

At this time, we currently support scheduling on the following social media platforms: Facebook (pages & groups). Twitter. LinkedIn (profiles, pages). Ready to connect your profiles? Start here. Furt…

The Scheduler system controls how posts from active campaigns are distributed across your calendar. How your posts are scheduled depends on: How you set up your date and time settings. The start and…

With Medium reposting, you don’t need to connect your account as you would with other social profiles. You’ll get that option when reviewing your drip campaign posts. Click on the "Re-publish to Medi…

Welcome to Missinglettr v3! Here's what's new: 1. Redesign. Here is a brief overview of the redesign changes made in v3 - our helpdocs have also been entirely updated, so feel free to browse them to…

The Medium reposting feature is a bit different than posting to normal social profiles. Instead of sending out bits of content, we will repost your entire blog post to Medium. The option to repost yo…

Turn your blog post into an automated social media campaign. A step-by-step guide.

When promoting content (whether a blog post, a video, infographic or something else entirely) through Curate, there are a couple of things to bear in mind. Firstly, as with any content being promoted…

Schedule templates allow users to choose between available campaign layouts or create their own. With schedule templates, you can create campaigns that last for a few days or up to 2 years. To access…

You can change your plan at any point of using Missinglettr via the billing page. Both upgrading and downgrading are available. If you choose to change within a billing cycle, we'll issue a pro-rated…

Pausing a campaign can be helpful if you ever need to tweak the campaign's content, but what happens to its schedule when this happens?