IFTTT recipe to copy from Instagram to Google Plus

Copy Instagram images using IFTTT and Buffer

You can share individual Instagram images using share buttons within the app, but if you want to share every image that can be a slow process… In the settings for business accounts you can set up automatic sharing to your Facebook page but there’s no facility for automatic sharing to other networks.

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When it comes to automatic sharing your first thought may be IFTTT. However you’ll find that Google Plus limits what automation is permissible – it’s impossible to share directly between IFTTT and Google Plus. You can get round this restriction by using Buffer as a stepping stone to create an IFTTT recipe between the two services.

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10 IFTTT recipes to dominate the social media avalanche

Using ifttt.com to handle your workload on social media

You should be looking for ways to protect your two most precious assets – your brain and your time. Use IFTTT to save yourself from social media congestion.

In an ideal world you’ll have the time to look at your routine tasks and browse through the channels at ifttt.com to create your own custom solutions. However the ready-made solution may fit just right. Take a look at these existing IFTTT recipes that other people have found useful and re-purpose them for yourself. Even if they don’t fit perfectly they may spark an idea to create something new…

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3½ little steps for re-using IFTTT recipes

How to automate tasks using a workflow other people swear by

If you understand how to combine the ingredients to make an IFTTT recipe you’ll be able to re-use existing recipes with ease. Ifttt.com has a huge collection of ready-made recipes that other users have created and shared for everyone to use. All you have to do is find what’s right for you.

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Use fun and imagination to widen your brand appeal

Join NASA and fly into space with Google Maps

You can now take a virtual tour in space courtesy of Google Maps. Google has extended it’s Google Earth platform to commemorate the 2nd anniversary of the NASA Curiosity Rover touching down on the Red Planet. Google Earth now includes 3d images of the surface of the Moon and Mars. You can zoom in to explore craters and mountains that you may never get around to visiting in person.

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