August 27, 2012

How to Display Your Facebook Page’s Feed on Your WordPress Site

There are no shortage of Twitter feed plugins available for WordPress (like this). But the same cannot be said for Facebook, which is rather unusual, given its overwhelming popularity. Having said that, Twitter is certainly far more suited to feed conversion, what with its character limit and largely text-driven interactions. But that doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t try to integrate…

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