How to Use Facebook and Twitter Embedded Posts for Marketing

I have already started to use Facebook and Twitter embedded posts in earlier blogs, what I have not explained yet is how businesses can use them and take advantage for marketing purposes.


The digital marketing industry continues to evolve — fast.


Technologies are creating new ways for businesses to grow and connect with their customer base and it’s clear Facebook and Twitter embedded posts offer much more than a business had before. I haven’t mentioned Google+ or used them in this example – however the same methods apply.

These examples demonstrate the ability to click on the Facebook post or Twitter tweet. You can now see the authentic nature they create due to the fact they are active.


  • Embed Posts in your Blog Articles.
  • Share Your Latest Industry News.

  • Create Discussion-Worthy and Share-Worthy Posts.
  • Show Off Your Customer Satisfaction



As you can see this is a great way to share information on your owned media; to provide a unique news source for your readers. If your marketing is sufficiently useful, your audience will keep your brand close – on their home screen, in their inbox, in their Twitter and Facebook feeds – and, when they need you, they’ll access whatever it is you’re bringing to the information party.

Of course, in any marketing strategy you should consider how you can enjoy the benefit of paid and earned media in this format too. This blog may be helpful – I’ve called it integrated marketing.

Thanks for popping past.


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