Twitter and YouTube first made this possible. Then Instagram joined in a few weeks ago. Well now Facebook too will allow users to embed Posts on other websites.
The above screenshot is from Facebook and shows where the “embed” button is located. Once you click on this link, you will be given a code that you can then place on your website or in a blog article. Cool news, uh? Well don’t rush, the feature is only available to selected pages for now. But like all good things on Facebook, this should soon roll out to more users.
Embedded posts, together with the recently added hashtag capability aim to provide even more exposure to Facebook posts. Advertisers will have another avenue for reaching more people. Twitter has long been capitalizing on this ability.
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