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How to recycle/recur posts for Twitter

Why can't I recycle or recur posts for Twitter?

Twitter's Automation Rules prohibit users from creating the same or similar posts and sharing them more than once. That is why you cannot post to more than one Twitter account at the same time.

To clarify, Twitter strictly forbids any endeavor to employ automation for the intent of posting or distributing spam, and engaging in such actions could lead to enforcement measures being taken.

Read more about Twitter's automation rules and their anti-spam policy here and here.

To recycle and recur posts for Twitter through Publer:

In order to comply with automation rules we do not allow Twitter posts to recycle or recur, as shown here:

Twitter Automation Rules

However, you can use Spintax to create a few variations per post.
With the built-in Spintax Generator in Publer, you can create several variations per post. Keep in mind that 10 or more variations are needed in order to recycle/recur your posts.

Spintax for Twitter

Learn more about how Spintax works and how you can use it here.

After adding the required Spintax syntax to your post then you can either recycle it or recur it.

Twitter Recycling Post

Keep in mind:

You can recycle words, sentences, or whole tweets with the Spintax Generator.
Moreover, you can automate this process with the Publer AI Assist. Simply prompt the AI assist to generate Spintax variations, as shown here.
You need to have at least 10 variations per post in order to recycle or recur the post for Twitter.

Updated on: 18/09/2023

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