Examples of ways to use Mituyu

It can be a bit difficult to explain exactly what Mituyu does, and how you'd use it. Here, then, are a set of different examples - use-cases - of the things you can use it for. They'll make the most sense if you read them in order.

A central hub for your social media publishing

The first, most obvious thing you can do with Mituyu is use it as a central hub for your social media accounts. Setting this part up is simple:

  1. Start using the networks tool to add the networks you wish to publish to.
  2. Create a new piece of content using the create content button in the dashboard or content sections.
  3. Select the networks you wish to publish to, set a publication date (or leave that to publish immediately), then hit save to publish.

So as you can see, at its simplest level, Mituyu can be used for publishing to multiple social media accounts in one action.

Streaming your website's content to social media

You can use Mituyu to publish your website's content automatically on social media networks. The benefits of this are obvious - it keeps people following those networks up-to-date with that's being published on your website. You can achieve this in a few simple steps:

  1. Create a new group using the groups tool, called maybe 'site stream' (the name's up to you), selecting all of the networks you want to publish to.
  2. Add your website's RSS feed using the sources tool, and select the group you created for automatic publishing.

And at that point, you're done! It may take a moment for Mituyu to read your site feed, and it'll ignore any items already published (to save a flood of older content), but from that point on, new items will be automatically published to the networks you selected.

Generating new web content

As well as publishing your content to social media, you can also embed it on your own website by adding one line of code, using a Mituyu embed:

  1. Make sure that any content you'd like to include on your website has been streamed to your embed channel.
  2. Use the layout, components, and other tools to make your embed look exactly as you'd like.
  3. Paste your embed code into your website.

That's all it takes to embed content - visit the page on which you embedded Mituyu to see your stream in action.

Creating a rich news feed

The content you publish with Mityu doesn't have to be your own; you can create content streams from other sources too. A good example is Mituyu's marketing feed, which we also stream to Twitter.

The steps to setting this up are a combination of the scenarios above:

  1. Start by using the networks and groups tools to choose the networks you want to publish to.
  2. Use the sources tool to add RSS feeds from around the web, rather than just your own site.

Mix and match

The examples listed here are just some of the ways to get the most out of Mituyu. As you become more advanced with the system, you can combine these techniques to create a content stream that does all of the above, mixing content from other sources with your own items, streaming them to your website and social networks depending on what they are, and where they come from, to a schedule you set.

This service uses cookies to enable log-ons, enhance your user experience, and aid in content delivery. It also employs third-party services that may also issue cookies.