How to Add Twitter Feed Widget on Blogs

Twitter Widget is a feed of the recent tweets of a blog. You can customize it to show tweets from a user, from hash-tag, favorites or a list.

Twitter announced embeddable Twitter Widgets, which basically shows a feed for either searches, tweets from a user or a blog, or domain. Twitter is highly used social media and micro-blogging site with wide number of users from all around the globe.

Twitter Widget is very useful for webmasters, as it allows you to show up the recently tweeted posts of your blog. Most of the bloggers don’t know about this widget yet, but here is a helpful guide on how can you show up feed of recently tweeted posts from your blog. You can easily embed this widget on your blog.

How is it Useful

The good part about the widget is, it allows your blog visitors to get to know about the most liked posts of your blog through this twitter feed of your blog. The visitors which are new to your site, will find this widget as a good navigation to most interesting part of your blog.

And if your blog post titles are interesting, you can turn those visitors into readers too by making them read all your interesting content. Since only blog post titles shows up in a tweet, with a link to that post, you should write better blog titles which should create first time impression.

Twitter Feed Widget on Blogs

Twitter Feed Widget on Blogs

If you write good, they will surely find the blog posts useful and they would want to come back to your blog for reading such content again. Wondering why to use this widget ?

  • Creating Engagement among Readers – If you have loyal readers, then your readers would definitely be making tweets from your blog, seeing these tweets on the twitter widget on your blog, the first time visitors get chance to interact with others taking your content as a key.
  • Helps Increasing your Twitter Followers – This twitter widget has a follow button at the top, allowing your readers and visitors to follow you quickly right from the widget. It’s a one click follow button, which can help you increase your fan following base right from your blog.
  • Increases the “Time on Site” average – Time on Site, is a blog metrics term, which lets you know how much time does an average reader of your blog lasts. Using this widget can assure you increase in the time your readers spend on your blog discovering content.
  • Let’s your readers discover content – If any of your blog reader have missed up something from your blog, they can check whats trending on your blog, and which posts they have missed which is displayed in the tweet feed.
  • You and your readers can Compose Tweets Quickly – If you are already signed in your twitter account, and you are having this widget on your blog, you can quickly make new tweets and mentions by just clicking the Compose new Tweet link which is there with the widget in the bottom.

Go to Twitter Widget Resources ( you must be already logged in) page and fill up the credentials. In search query, you need to put your domain as illustrated in the screenshot above. Put your blog’s domain name in the search query and configure other options as desired.

Once done, click on the create widget button and you will find a code snippet just below the widget.  You can copy this snippet and paste it anywhere on your blog, probably in the sidebar to display the recent tweets from your blog.

The widget also makes it handy to compose tweets right from your blog. The widget comes with a “Compose new Tweet…” option, which allows you,and your blog readers to make tweets directly from the widget saving time. At least, it would be helpful for webmasters who find it hard to open their twitter accounts to make new tweets. They always have their blogs opened, so making tweets with this widget is pretty quick.

Apart from widget for your blog, you can also choose other options, as mentioned above like tweets from your twitter account, from a list, or your favorite tweets.

If you find this article useful, you can follow us @plexusworld on twitter.

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Twitter Widget is a feed of the recent tweets of a blog. You can customize it to show tweets from a user, from hash-tag, favorites or a list. Twitter announced embeddable Twitter Widgets, which basically shows a feed for either searches, tweets from a user or a blog, or domain....
Twitter Widget is a feed of the recent tweets of a blog. You can customize it to show tweets from a user, from hash-tag, favorites or a list. Twitter announced embeddable Twitter Widgets, which basically shows a <strong>feed for either searches, tweets from a user or a blog, or domain</strong>. Twitter is highly used social media and micro-blogging site with wide number of users from all around the globe. Twitter Widget is very useful for webmasters, as it allows you to <strong>show up the recently tweeted posts of your blog</strong>. Most of the bloggers don’t know about this widget yet, but here is a helpful guide on how can you show up feed of recently tweeted posts from your blog. You can easily embed this widget on your blog. <h2>How is it Useful</h2> The good part about the widget is, it allows your blog visitors to get to know about the most liked posts of your blog through this <strong>twitter feed</strong> of your blog. The visitors which are new to your site, will find this widget as a good navigation to most interesting part of your blog. And if your blog post titles are interesting, you can turn those visitors into readers too by making them read all your interesting content. Since only blog post titles shows up in a tweet, with a link to that post, you should <strong>write better blog titles</strong> which should create first time impression. If you write good, they will surely find the blog posts useful and they would want to come back to your blog for reading such content again. Wondering why to use this widget ? <ul> <li><strong>Creating Engagement among Readers</strong> – If you have loyal readers, then your readers would definitely be making tweets from your blog, seeing these tweets on the twitter widget on your blog, the first time visitors get chance to interact with others taking your content as a key.</li> <li><strong>Helps Increasing your Twitter Followers</strong> – This twitter widget has a follow button at the top, allowing your readers and visitors to follow you quickly right from the widget. It’s a one click follow button, which can help you increase your fan following base right from your blog.</li> <li><strong>Increases the “Time on Site” average</strong> – Time on Site, is a blog metrics term, which lets you know how much time does an average reader of your blog lasts. Using this widget can assure you increase in the time your readers spend on your blog discovering content.</li> <li><strong>Let’s your readers discover content</strong> – If any of your blog reader have missed up something from your blog, they can check whats trending on your blog, and which posts they have missed which is displayed in the tweet feed.</li> <li><strong>You and your readers can Compose Tweets Quickly</strong> – If you are already signed in your twitter account, and you are having this widget on your blog, you can quickly make new tweets and mentions by just clicking the Compose new Tweet link which is there with the widget in the bottom.</li> </ul> Go to Twitter Widget Resources ( you must be already logged in) page and fill up the credentials. In search query, you need to put your domain as illustrated in the screenshot above. Put your <strong>blog’s domain name in the search query</strong> and configure other options as desired. Once done, click on the create widget button and you will find a code snippet just below the widget.  You can copy this snippet and paste it anywhere on your blog, probably in the sidebar to display the recent tweets from your blog. The widget also makes it handy to compose tweets right from your blog. The widget comes with a “<strong>Compose new Tweet…</strong>” option, which allows you,and your blog readers to make tweets directly from the widget saving time. At least, it would be helpful for webmasters who find it hard to open their twitter accounts to make new tweets. They always have their blogs opened, so making tweets with this widget is pretty quick. Apart from widget for your blog, you can also choose other options, as mentioned above like tweets from your twitter account, from a list, or your favorite tweets. If you find this article useful, you can follow us <strong>@plexusworld</strong> on twitter.

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