Automatically Post from a Facebook Page to LinkedIn Page

Post from Facebook Page to LinkedIn Page

We all know the importance of social media and while I am not always a fan of automating social posts, it can be very beneficial in some cases. Most of my clients have LinkedIn company pages that they like to be maintained. However, they don’t get a lot of traffic from LinkedIn and so copying into Buffer what was being posted on their Facebook page was consuming a lot of time. The solution was to setup an IFTTT recipe to automatically capture my Facebook posts and post them to the LinkedIn page (company page).

Follow the steps below on how to set this up. Everything can be done with free accounts.

Step 1

First you will need to setup free accounts over at IFTTT and Buffer.

Step 2

Once you have both of those accounts login to IFTTT. I am going to show you how to setup your recipe. Or you can use my public recipe here:

IFTTT Recipe: Facebook Pages to LinkedIn Pages via Buffer connects facebook-pages to buffer

First hover over your username in the top right and click on “Create.”

ifttt create

Step 3

Click on “this

if this then that

Step 4

Search “Facebook” and click on “Facebook Pages.” It will have you setup authentication to your FB account.

facebook pages

Step 5

Select “New link post on page.”

new link post

Step 6

Then click on “Create Trigger.”

facebook create trigger

Step 7

Click on “that


Step 8

Search for Buffer and click on “Buffer.” If will have you setup authentication to your Buffer account. Make sure to choose your LinkedIn account.


Step 9

Then click on “Add to Buffer.”

add to buffer

Step 10

Then click on “Create Action.”

buffer create action

Step 11

Then click on “Create Recipe.”

ifttt create recipe

And that’s it! Your Facebook page posts (including photos) will now automatically be sent to Buffer and then posted to your LinkedIn page using your Buffer schedule.

linkedin post

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