As a blogger, when we write an article or share any information which we want to communicate with the audience it is always advisable to share a visual or written proof about the information we are sharing. Usually, an image or a screenshot is good enough. However, there are times when we would prefer sharing the actual content which is shared by the influencer/brand or you might want to drive the traffic from your blog to your social media pages. In this scenario, the embedded content on your blog can be a good magnet to get all your readers driven to the authentic content shared by the actual person.
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The reason I am writing this article is that, when I recently wanted to embed a Tweet from World health organization (WHO) about their WhatsApp chatbot through which users can directly chat with them and gain the information they needed on Coronavirus, I struggled to find how to add an embedded tweet in my Wix blog post so I could show my readers that the information shared by me was authentic. But when I did thorough research I found very few blogs/videos that talked about this for a Wix website. To clear the doubts I have answered a few basic questions that would you understand an embedded tweet.
What is an embedded Tweet? An embedded tweet is like a link to the original content/tweet a particular user/account has tweeted on their Twitter timeline. Clicking on the tweet will redirect your reader to that account where they can either like/comment/retweet that particular tweet. Below I have added my Tweet about How to add free backlinks in Quora.
How is it beneficial for me? When you share the original proof or information with your readers about the topic you are writing, it helps you to build confidence and authenticity with your readers. It doesn't necessarily have to be proof it can also be termed as the source of your content. Can I embed the Tweet from my own Twitter account on my blog? Yes, you can embed any tweet that has been tweeted from any of your twitter account leading your website visitors to either follow you on Twitter or give you a shoutout by retweeting your tweet to their followers. This will help you gain exposure for your account.
There are several posts and videos which you will find that will explain the process on how to add an embedded tweet in your blog for WordPress, Shopify or blogger. But there are very few when it comes to Wix. So I made a detailed video on how you can do that on your Wix blog. Below is my video you can watch it is a step by step guide in order to add any Tweet in your Wix blog post.
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