Keep your website fresh with content from your favorite social media feeds.
Did you know that Facebook has 1.4 billion active users each and every month, and that it’s still growing? When you connect your Facebook page to your WordPress Website, you’re all but guaranteeing increased traffic, functionality, and lead generation.
What’s more, when you use WP Social Pro to add a totally custom Facebook feed to your WordPress website, it will blend seamlessly into the rest of your website for a gorgeously smooth transition.
Show off your Facebook page and maintain ultimate control. WP Social Pro allows you to limit what posts are show and how they’re styled, and we even give you the power to use your own HTML and CSS to show each post!
Get yours today and maximize your WordPress website’s potential.
WP Social Pro offers these amazing features:
- Updates your website automatically with your latest Facebook posts.
- Shows comments from your Facebook page on your website.
- Shows the Like Button on your website to help you gain new fans.
- Supports a huge selection of fonts and colors.
- Allows you to choose from seven pre-designed themes, or make your own.
- Gives you the power to choose your own custom HTML for the feed.
- Offers an additional 60 in-depth options for you to choose from!
See It In Action
Here’s a demo of a custom Facebook Feed, using real posts from the National Geographic feed. Note: this is real HTML, not an <iFrame>, and thus can be styled to match your website.
A growing number of preserved dark sky places and an emerging astrotourism industry are helping to reclaim the starry nights.
7 hours ago3807 likes 94 comments
From making snowballs to refrigerating food, these animals know what to do with the white stuff.
9 hours ago4045 likes 36 comments
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More than 13,000 feet under the sea, scientists have found a volcanic wonderland.
13 hours ago3412 likes 28 comments
Measurements around the world from land and sea help NASA determine temperature trends.
15 hours ago3381 likes 146 comments
16 hours ago18605 likes 1979 comments
This story appears in the January/February 2017 issue of National Geographic History magazine.
17 hours ago9950 likes 277 comments
19 hours ago7333 likes 171 comments
Emerging explorer Jessica Cramp and her team dive to the depths of the Galapagos to explore never before seen creatures.
21 hours ago5726 likes 50 comments
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