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 cloud finds rest atop Japan's Mount Fuji in this image by Your Shot photographer Takashi.
6 hours ago3277 likes 49 comments
See adventure photos submitted to National Geographic by users like you.
9 hours ago2766 likes 20 comments
Skepticism about established science is hardly new, but the Internet has been a boon to fringe beliefs.
12 hours ago3930 likes 563 comments
15 hours ago3591 likes 124 comments
Photographer Sue Bailey has a thing for trees. In fact, she believes every tree is a being with a soul and a spirit.
17 hours ago2871 likes 31 comments
A model of the "pork clock" sundial shows the time as 9 a.m.
19 hours ago3436 likes 76 comments
You are probably going to want to add some of these to your bucket list.
22 hours ago18583 likes 229 comments
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22 hours ago8543 likes 1063 comments
“These days, it's almost like visiting old friends,” says one scientist.
January 199224 likes 109 comments
Journey through the world of Mexico's modern muxes.
January 193310 likes 160 comments
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