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How to embed your Twitter feed

Twitter is a popular and powerful platform in its own right. Before embedding posts and content from Twitter, you have to consider how many people will find your business through other means, for instance, Google search. Sometimes users will stumble upon your website right before your Twitter feed. One of the great ways to bridge the gap is by taking the benefits of Twitter's embedding functionality. For instance, from buttons to embedded tweets and timelines, Twitter users can introduce the audience to their more social side without ever having to leave the site.

To embed your Twitter feed, you have to consider some widgets and sidebar plugins for embedding Twitter. One of the convenient ways to display your Twitter feed presence on your blog post or webpage is via a widget or plugin. There are multiple options accessible to all users, depending on their content management system. For instance, WordPress provides dozens of Twitter plugins for a blog post and website.

What are Twitter Buttons

The users can add buttons to their website or a blog post to help their target audience and visitors share content/feed and connect with the user’s brand via Twitter’s official platform. These Twitter buttons can live on the user’s homepage, in headers and footers, or on each specific web page or blog post.

There are overall four options to choose from:

Regardless of the option a user chooses, they will be immediately required to copy and paste the provided code into the HTML gap for their site or blog post. Besides, someone from the user's developer teams or design teams should get involved at this point.

How to embed Tweets

A great way to showcase content, to expand social media reach, and to grow the social community is via embedded tweets. These fully functional tweets of Twitter are displayed on a user's website or blog post, and this tool only requires a few simple steps. For instance, embedded tweet examples are:

The Twitter embed code can also be used to display all kinds of tweets, even such as ones with videos, photos, or Twitter Cards. Furthermore, this tool also works with tweets that are a part of a conversation. All users of Twitter should note that only photos from "pic/twitter" and videos from YouTube can be automatically displayed on a user's embedded tweets.

How to embed video from Twitter

Recently the platform has been updated and provides some benefits. With the use of Twitter, the users can highlight the Twitter-hosted video on their website or blog post with the new embedded video widget. Video embeds are now accessible for videos uploaded via Twitter's official mobile apps, either for Android and iOS, as well as Twitter Amplify partners.

Embedding video on a user’s website or a blog post is quite similar to embedding a tweet:

Be aware that only the video will appear within your post. However, the target audience, viewers, and visitors can still access the full, original version by clicking on the button of the "Twitter logo" in the lower right corner of the embedded video. Users should make sure that this option is checked when they first access the embed code. Each of the embedding options mentioned above can also be used in conjunction with one another since there is no wrong and right way to implement them. Ensure that you are offering engaging and relevant information for your audience.

How to embed a timeline from Twitter

Embedded Twitter timeline widgets allow users and give the ability to embed a collection of Tweets (which is also known as a timeline) on their website or blog post. There are around five types of embedded timelines accessible, all of which feel like and look like timelines on Twitter:

Note: Embedded timelines will only show feed and content from those accounts that have public Tweets. As for the materials from accounts with protected Tweets, be aware that they are not compatible with any Twitter embedded timeline widgets.

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