You simply have to be logged in to your Twitter account and your Facebook account, and navigate to the app page: Then, just click “Allow” when asked if you want to connect your two accounts, and voila! After setting this up, all of your tweets will be simultaneously posted to your Facebook profile, with a little note at the bottom mentioning that it came from Twitter.), but believe me, neither your Facebook nor your Twitter friends will thank you.Before we get into the details of why it’s a bad idea to connect your Twitter to your Facebook account, here’s how to do it (for those who want to flout my advice): As Twitter’s Help Center explains, you can post all of your tweets to your Facebook profile using an official application.If I could compare the frequency of updating your status on Facebook compared with Linked In and Twitter, it would look something like this: You really need someone to tell you how often to update your blog? Seriously speaking, if you are going to blog, I do recommend that you do your best to blog one a week.Consistency is also important, but even if you are not consistent on the days of the week or how many times you post each week, I think you should try to publish one blog post on a weekly basis. The Founder and Editor-In-Chief of Maximize Social Business, Neal Schaffer is a leader in helping businesses and professionals strategically maximize their use of social media.Twitter has made it deceptively easy to connect your Twitter account to your Facebook account, but don’t be fooled. Twitter and Facebook are two distinct networks with two distinct sets of etiquette and norms.
On the other hand, if you have a lot going on, it may make sense to post multiple times in a single day.
The people you’re connected to on Twitter expect different things than those you’re connected to on Facebook (even if most of them are the same group of people).
Twitter is a high-volume network, where you can tweet ten or twenty times a day and no one will say boo.
People expect one, maybe two status updates a day, maximum.
The culture of both networks is different, so if you combine them you risk alienating your audience.