Embedding a Social Update?
You already know that Twitter allows embedding tweets without using any third party tools. It's just really cool! But what if you need to embed a Facebook status update or Google+ post in your upcoming blog post or article?
SocialDitto might come in handy if you need to embed a Facebook or Google+ social updates. Plus, it works for tweets too. Using SocialDitto is fairly simple, and it processes and offer you embed code within few eye blinks.
Embeddding someone's status update can be controversial if it was intended to shared among limited audience, but no more. Even if it's your social update or someone else's, SocialDitto validates its privacy. The original social update you are referring to should be a publicly shared update where no restrictions imposed on the audience. For example, even if you share a Facebook status update of a friend publicly on Facebook, yet this tool doesn't allow you to process that specific update unless your friend (the original poster) shared the original status update publicly. It assures privacy and prevent misuses for some extent.
In addition to social updates, SocialDitto can process Tumblr posts for you to embed in your content too. Enough talking. Shall we take a look and see how easy it is?
1. Grab the URL for the Twitter tweet, Facebook post or Google+ post you need to embed.
2. Navigate to SocialDitto website.
5. Once the link has been processed, you will find its preview and code snippet.
6. Grab the embed code and add it to your post, article or wherever you need it to be rendered on your blog or website.