Is it necessary to diversify the content that you share with your audience on social media? Of course! Followers will become more engaged with your page and interested in your services, so it is advised to use the content as varied as possible.

There are five types of content that PromoRepublic supports.


You can post solely text but be advised that Twitter and LinkedIn have a character limit, 280 and 3000, respectively. Also, don't forget that for Pinterest and Instagram, image is mandatory. Otherwise, you'll see a camera icon jumping on the right notifying you about this.

Static images

Apart from your own images that you can upload from your computer, feel free to use our handcrafted templates and photo stocks. Within the variety of image formats, our platform supports JPEG and PNG, and, no vectors, unfortunately.

With PromoRepublic you can post up to 4 photos at a time on Instagram and Twitter, and 10 images on Facebook. For Instagram, the posting flow differs, though. That's why we encourage you to learn more about it here.

Pinterest and Google Business Profile don't support this option. As for LinkedIn, we don't provide this ability. Head over to this guide to learn more about posting multiple photos through our platform.


Animated images attract people's attention, so why not use them? PromoRepublic doesn't support .gif format, instead, we provide gifs in .mp4 format in Post Ideas, and they are marked with the Video label.

With PromoRepublic, you can post animated images in .mp4 format to Facebook, Instagram Business, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Read this article to learn more.


With PromoRepublic, you can post videos to Facebook, Instagram Business, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Head over to this guide to learn more about video posting possibilities through our platform. And don't forget to edit the video thumbnail.


When creating a post in PromoRepublic, feel free to include links to your posts, such as your website or share your industry influencers' thoughts - possibilities are endless! Insert a URL into the caption box, but it's not possible to make a CTA - link a URL to a graphic object of an image or the image itself. These articles will prompt you on how to schedule such posts to Facebook, LinkedIn, and Pinterest.

If you have any additional questions, don't hesitate to reach out to us at [email protected]

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