How Public Post Pages Work

Andre Larsen
Andre Larsen
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Public Post Pages (PPP) are public pages that make it easy for anyone to share Workspace content. These pages can be shared with anyone outside of your network without having to log in to an EveryoneSocial Workspace.

🔹 This is available on the Teams and Enterprise plans.

🔸 This is accessible to all roles and permission levels.

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How it works

A post with Allow Sharing checked will have a link that directs someone to a Public Post Page if they are not logged in to EveryoneSocial. When someone comes to the Public Post Page, they will see the associated share copy, links, and images from the original post. Readers will also see the number of engagements and comments, but they can not see who made the interactions or what the comments read.

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Example of a Public Post Page outside of a Workspace

Sharing and engaging with a Public Post Page

Registered users will need to log in to share and fully interact with the post and audience, such as interacting with colleagues and liking the post.

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Content can be shared without logging in by clicking the Share button. When this happens, EveryoneSocial utilizes OAuth to connect the reader's social network and share the post. OAuth is a secure authorization method that connects without sharing or saving passwords, keeping your readers' information private but allowing them to share your content without signing in to EveryoneSocial. 

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Public Post Page analytics

Total shares, clicks, engagements, and estimated impressions will appear under the totals found in Admin > Analytics.

  1. Go to Admin.
  2. Select Analytics > Shares.
  3. Click Download Report.

Filter shares from a Public Post Page versus a Workspace using the column for “anonymous shares” (Public Post Page shares) and “total registered user shares” (Workspace shares).

Engagements and clicks will be a combined total for Public Post Page and Workspace engagements. They are unable to be separated at this time.

Public Post Pages and the Fair Billing Policy

Any person who shares a post from a Public Post Page by authorizing a network and successfully sharing the post will be counted as an active user for billing purposes.

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