Posting an Ad

Once set up{{Getting Set Up}}, you can begin posting your content from ONE Social straight to your channels.

From the ONE Social dashboard you'll see a button to create a New Post. Clicking it will give you two options: 

  1. Paid Advertising allows you to send your content to ad networks, plugging your material directly into existing campaigns.
  2. Owned Media means you can send your branded content directly to your social channels.


Owned Media

Post Details

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Choosing Owned Media will present you with the Post Details page where you must follow these steps to publish your post:


  1. Supply media either through Upload a file (upload file from computer) or Search Media (find file in your Library/Projects/Media Manager).
    The file will go through a QC at this point to check it is a video file.
  2. Use the channels menu to pick the destination(s) for the file.
  3. Type a title and description for the post and enter the time, date and timezone for publishing.
  4. Click Publish.

File Preview

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Once you have added your file and selected at least one channel, you will see a preview of the file on the left side of the page, allowing you to see how the file will look in its final destination.


If you've chosen more than one channel, you can click the channel icons to see how the post will look at the various destinations.

Multi-Channel Posts

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When posting a file to multiple channels you will be presented with the option to set individual descriptions and publish times for each channel.

Use the channel picker to select a channel and edit the publishing details. If you don't enter specific details for a channel it will inherit the details entered in the Overall channel mceclip1.png.


Paid advertising

Choosing Paid advertising presents you with a very similar workflow to Owned Media, except you do not have options for publish dates and times or descriptions as this file will be going to the ad account of your chosen destination.


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