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How to use Post Conditions

Learn how to use FeedHive's Post Conditions to create advanced, event-driven posting behavior
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Simon Høiberg

CEO & Founder

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Are you ready to plug?

With FeedHive's new feature, Post Conditions, you can create advanced conditional posting behavior with a few clicks.

It's perfectly suited for:

  • Plugging your e-books, course or products in your most well-performing posts

  • Announcing flash sales and creating suspense with time limits and automatic reminders

  • Creating excitment and a more human-like posting behavior on your scheduled posts

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Currently, Post Conditions only works with Twitter.
But we will support the use of Post Conditions with other social media platforms soon.

How does it work?

On any subtweets you can add a Post Condition.

You can choose between the following conditions:

Above average

There is no configuration needed for this condition.
FeedHive will compare the main tweet with your other tweets and determine if it performs above average.
FeedHive uses a combination of impressions and engagement rate to make the decision.

If the main tweet performs above average, the subtweet will be posted.

Delay

This allows you to specify a delay in minutes.
The subtweet will be posted after the specified time.

This is a great way to create reminders for time limited sales offers, ala. "15 minutes left".

Likes

If the main tweet reaches the specified number of likes, the subtweet will be posted.

Retweets

If the main tweet reaches the specified number of retweets, the subtweet will be posted.

Comments

If the main tweet reaches the specified number of comments, the subtweet will be posted.

Impressions

If the main tweet reaches the specified number of impressions, the subtweet will be posted.

Engagement rate

This allows you to specify a minimum engagement rate after a certain amount of time. For instance, you can specify condition to trigger only if the main tweet has an engagement rate of at least 3.5% after a minimum of 45 minutes.

If the main tweet holds this engagement rate anytime after the specified delay, the subtweet will be posted.

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