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You Can Now Embed Posts From Facebook

 

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Two years ago, one of our authors, Harrison Jones said that traffic potential is increased when a YouTube video is embedded. We’ve all been doing this for quite some time on Twitter as well. Today, Facebook jumped on the bandwagon and made it possible for you to embed Facebook posts.

The picture above is an illustration of the concept. Once you’ve clicked on ‘Embed Post’, you will be given a code that you can place in a blog article. Pretty neat huh? As soon as I heard the news, I rushed over to my Facebook profile only to be disappointed. At the moment, only a handful of organizations are given this feature.

Embedded posts will come with the hashtag capability. As a result of this new ability, Facebook posts will receive additional exposure and commentary. Advertisers will have another avenue for reaching more people. Twitter has long been capitalizing on this ability.

I’m excited to be able to embed posts and can definitely see the benefit of doing so. How do you feel about these new Facebook embedded posts?

 You Can Now Embed Posts From Facebook

Adam Morgan

Adam Morgan is a PPC expert, entrepreneur, blogger, and amiable guy. In his spare time, you can find him updating his own blog.
 You Can Now Embed Posts From Facebook

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6 thoughts on “You Can Now Embed Posts From Facebook

  1. Wow! that’s great news for blogger, Now we can use facebook post same as youtube video in our blog to increase blog traffic . First hash tag and now embed, FB is changing their strategy to lead the social world.

  2. Is it just me that thinks Facebook are throwing out too much too fast? I think they feel a bit threatened to be honest by other social networking sites (especially Twitter and G+) and this is their attempt to stay in the limelight… Might just be me but I feel like Facebook is losing value, and boy do they know it. Yes, initially I’m saying Facebook’s on it’s way out, slowly, but if you think otherwise feel free to reply to me!

  3. I think it’s great. From all the study results, it’s obvious Facebook is where people are going to socialize online, and this new tool will only make it that much more interesting and entertaining (and profitable).