HOMEPUBLISH TOOLCan I post duplicate content?

Can I post duplicate content?

In short, Circleboom does not recommend its users to post duplicate content, especially on LinkedIn or Facebook. Such actions may end up with removing Circleboom's access token to your account and even the suspension of your social account.

To check if your post is duplicate content or not, we look for all your posts within the last seven days. If the platform rules strictly prohibit duplicate content, as in the case of Facebook and LinkedIn, scheduled posts with duplicate content will fail.

PlatformDuplicate Allowed?
FacebookNo. Your duplicate post will not fail on Circleboom if the original post has been sent in the last 7 days. You can edit your post text.
InstagramNo. Your duplicate post will fail on Circleboom if the original post has been sent in the last 7 days. However, you can post the same image by changing the caption.
LinkedInNo. Your duplicate post will fail on Circleboom if the original post has been sent in the last 7 days. You can edit your post text.
PinterestYes. There is no limitation on duplicate posting.
TwitterNo. Your duplicate post will fail on Circleboom if the original post has been sent in the last 7 days. You can edit your post text.
Google Business ProfileYes. There is no limitation on duplicate posting.

Duplicate Content on Facebook

If you post the same content simultaneously for different Facebook accounts, those posts can be perceived as spam or bot activity by Facebook, and your account might be punished.

While we recommend you make at least slight changes to your posts for different FB accounts, even if you want to share the identical posts, please make sure to post them at other times. Through the scheduling features of Circleboom Publish, you can post them by leaving some time between your duplicate posts.

Duplicate Content on LinkedIn

LinkedIn has strict policies on duplicate content, and they do not support the use of personal profiles for advertising purposes. Posting the same content for different LinkedIn accounts may lead to the suspension of your account, either temporarily or permanently if you keep sharing duplicate posts.

Duplicate Content on Twitter

As clearly stated by Dev Team of Twitter, "posting identical Tweets over multiple hours or days, or scheduling duplicate content for future publication is still a violation" of Twitter rules. Thus, sharing duplicate content may result in being suspended by Twitter, and we strongly advise you not to share duplicate posts on Twitter.

Duplicate Content on Instagram

Instagram is another platform that you should avoid sharing duplicate content. Reposts must be clearly stated, and for your account safety, please do not share the exact same text for your Instagram posts, even if you use an image you recently posted.