How to Add Your Facebook Activity Feed to Your Website or Blog

With the crazy popularity of Facebook and social media in general, it’s a good idea to provide several different ways for your readers to connect with you. At the very least you should have social media icons on your website or blog, which are linked to your various social media pages. Another great avenue for showing your readers what you’re all about, is to post your Facebook feed directly on your website as well, either in a sidebar or footer widget. This gives people a quick glance into the types of posts they can expect from you, and it also gives them a way to like your Facebook page directly from your website.

**Just a quick note, readers must be logged into Facebook to see the feed in action.

Check out my video tutorial below showing you how to add your Facebook feed to your website!

If you have any questions or comments regarding this tutorial, please ask away in the comments section below!

Comments

  1. Angie

    G’day,
    Thank you so much for this. I had been trying for weeks to do this. You made it so easy.
    Cheers from Australia

  2. Hello. nice blog. I have a problem with the facebook code generator. is different from the video and not get it to work.
    I would also like to know how you embedded the video in this post.
    thank you very much and memories from madrid.

    • Theresa

      When you say it’s different, how is it different? Without knowing what the problem is, I will have a hard time giving you any help on how to fix it.
      The video however, was first uploaded to YouTube and then embedded with code you can get from YouTube.

  3. sorry to bother again. I would also like to know how you embedded the facebook comments plugin for the option "post in facebook" is checked by default. thank you very much again

    • Theresa

      Manuel, I haven’t done a tutorial yet on adding Facebook comments, but I will put that on my list and try to get to it soon!

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