Synchronizing your all major social media accounts is the #1 task you should perform to save time online. It’s tru that there are limits to connect the social media online for automated posting, but I’ll try to help you to do that with some awesome tools and apps I know that you may also know already.

As a blogger, I can say that there are only 3 major social networks that are needed to be connected to obtain content engagements: Facebook, Twitter, and Google+—am I right?

I don’t feel the need to tell you how to connect a Facebook to a Twitter (but still: Twitter gives you an option in the Account Settings to Connect to a Facebook profile or page). Unfortunately, none of these services provide ways to connect to Google+, nor does Google+ itself allows you to sync to the other two.

But don’t you worry, here are some cool third-party apps that lets you sync Google+ with FB and Twitter.

Free Apps to sync Google+, Twitter, Facebook


The most popular way to connect Google+ with Twitter is ManageFlitter. All you need is to visit and provide your Google+ URL and then sign in with your Twitter account.

Connect Google+ with Twitter

Now, you’ve connected your Google+ to your Twitter account via ManageFlitter. Now, as I told above, connect your Twitter account with Facebook by going to your Twitter Profile Settings, and click “Post your Tweets to Facebook” button in the last and follow the steps.

Connect Twitter to Facebook

From now, whatever you’ll post on Google+ will be auto-posted to Twitter and Facebook. Awesome!


When it comes to scheduling social media posts, BufferApp is the first name that comes in mind. Using it is very simple, just signup for an account, connection your Social media accounts, and start posting.

Connecting Social Media and Scheduling posts with Buffer

Buffer allows you connect a maximum of 3 social networks with a free account. So you may connect a Google+ page, a Facebook account/page, and a Twitter. Now schedule or immediately publish posts to these three networks in one go.

For more additions, you may upgrade to their pro plan.


IFTTT is a cool task-based service that lets you create custom recipes to connect many different web services. As of now, I don’t see any working IFTTT recipes for Google+, Facebook, and Twitter, except the one that uses Buffer secret email. If you know one, do let me know in the comments.

In hopes that this list was helpful to you, I invite you to share your favorite apps to sync social media accounts. Thanks :)