How to Embed Twitter Feeds on Any Website [Step-By-Step]

A detailed tutorial on how to, generate Twitter posts and show tweets on website.

You have probably heard dozens of times how businesses should invest in Twitter to up-level their marketing strategy and grow their audience, right? 

As marketers, we all understand the importance of sharing Twitter updates about your company and engaging with your followers. But is this enough? Can we expand the usage of Twitter even further?

Absolutely. Why not replicate the familiar Twitter experience on your website, too, by using social media aggregator that automatically can embed Twitter feeds on websites.

EmbedSocial provides a Twitter Feed Widget that can generate Twitter feeds from mentions, accounts ad also from Twitter hashtags, that you can embed on your website.

Here is how you can embed Twitter feed on your website in less than a minute:

  1. Start your free trial with EmbedFeed
  2. Go to ‘Sources’ and connect your Twitter account
  3. Choose which type of Twitter source of posts you want to connect: hashtag, mentions, or your Twitter account
  4. Customize and moderate the widget
  5. Copy and embed the code on your website

This is how it looks like if you embed Twitter feed with the Carousel template and show tweets on website in a sliding view:

embed twitter wall

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Feel free to scroll below for all the details on how to embed your Twitter feed – step-by-step instructions with screenshots.

Reading this article, you are probably exploring new ways to expand your Twitter reach and outperform your competitors.

Lucky for you, we have prepared for you 2 easy ways you should consider when going to apply that awesome Twitter experience on your website.

Please scroll below to explore them both and see what fits you best.

Main benefits of embedding your Twitter feed

If you are still not convinced that embedding your Twitter feed is a good tactic, here are some of the main reasons for embedding your Twitter feed that might change your mind:

  • Improves your website’s visual appeal, dramatically
  • Reduces the bounce rate of your website
  • Boosts engagement and increases visitors time on site
  • Promotes your products and services in more engaging ways
  • Systematically organizes your Twitter posts and hashtags in one place
  • Promotes your Twitter account without having to leave your website
  • Turns website visitors into Twitter followers
  • Shows social proof and trust around your brand

If these benefits resonate with you, scroll below to explore 2 easy ways to get all the mentioned benefits using an action that takes just a few steps.

Spoiler alert: One of the ways is manual and takes time to complete the embedding process, and the other one is automatic and can be done within a few minutes.

How to embed your Twitter feed manually

Let’s start with the manual option to display Twitter feeds on a website.

Of course, Twitter, as one of the most powerful social media platforms, has its own embedding tool

With this tool by Twitter, you can embed the following media:

options to embed twitter

All you have to do is enter the media URL in the blank space, copy the provided code, and embed it on your website builder in the HTML section.

For example, if I want to publish our latest company update on my website, it will look like this:

Additionally, Twitter provides you with the options to embed your Twitter timeline and Twitter buttons on your website.

display twitter timeline

When it comes to embedding a Twitter button, they give you the option to choose from the following:

options to display twitter buttons

It seems simple and easy, right? 

But what if I tell you that there is even an easier way to embed your Twitter media while modifying them the way you desire?

Scroll down to see what I am talking about.

How to embed your Twitter feed with the EmbedFeed plugin

Our team at EmbedSocial developed a simple plugin that will automatically generate all your Twitter posts and show them in the form of a beautiful Twitter widget in just a few seconds.

With EmbedFeed, you can generate Twitter Feed Widgets from your account, Twitter feeds that mention your account, or embed Twitter hashtag feed from a selected hashtag(s). 

As a result, you will save plenty of time manually embedding your Twitter posts one by one. 

Instead, you will provide your website visitors with a superb experience they can’t resist in just a few clicks. And not only, you will increase their dwell time, but you will also add the needed social proof and trust around your brand thanks to a single widget. 

On top of that, you can sit back, relax, and watch how the number of visitors that will turn into Twitter followers grows dramatically.

To get started, you need to choose your Twitter source, and our EmbedFeed’s system aggregator will pull the selected Twitter media you want to see embedded on your website.

The best part is that the widget is fully customizable, so you can play around with all the options to curate the Twitter widget that best represents your brand.

Show Twitter photos of public tweets by other Twitter users that mentioned your company, display your latest Tweets or position your Twitter timeline widget on your product page to show tweets from happy customers. 

And don’t forget to activate the Google Analytics option to track your progress.

Yes, the opportunities are endless. Your creativity is the limit.

Already excited to see what is this about?

Let’s dive in.

Step-by-step instructions to display Twitter posts and feeds with EmbedFeed

Step 1: Start a trial for EmbedFeed

Step 2: Go to ‘Sources’ and click ‘Add new source’

embed twitter widget step1

Step 3: In the social media networks list, select ‘Twitter’ and in the popup connect your Twitter account with EmbedFeed

choose twitter to embed widget

Step 4: Select type of Twitter source you want to connect: hashtag, mentions, or your Twitter page

enter hashtag for twitter hashtag feed

Step 5: Customize and moderate the widget the way you want

customize twitter widget

Please note: The platform has an in-built CSS builder that gives you complete freedom to redesign your Twitter feed’s look and feel.

Step 6: Copy the provided HTML code 

embeddable twitter feed code

Step 7: Paste the code on your webpage where you want the widget to appear

That’s pretty much it.

If interested to explore more and see live how it will look like on your website take a look at these demos Twitter account feed and Twitter hashtag feed.

Please note: Once you embed code on your website, your Twitter feed will be automatically synced.

Additionally, the EmbedSocial platform is integrated with all major social media networks like Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, you name it.  

This allows you to choose posts from more social media sources and combine them in a single widget.

The Verdict: Twitter Publish vs. EmbedFeed 

Yes, both tools offer a simple way to embed various Twitter posts on your website.

But, for you to see the difference, I will list below a few PROs and Cons for both methods:

Twitter feed embedded manually with Twitter Publish

If you use the manual option provided by Twitter, here is what you should expect:

  • Usage: Individual accounts for mostly professional use cases
  • Price: Free
  • Customizations: Limited
  • Moderation: None
  • Flexibility: Limited, you can’t create a feed with other social media content

Twitter feed embedded using EmbedFeed’s aggregator

If you decide to use a social media aggregator like EmbedFeed, here is what you will get:

  • Usage: Professional and brand accounts
  • Price: Free Trial / Paid
  • Customizations: Endless
  • Moderation: Hand-pick options and automatic with keywords
  • Flexibility: You can create a feed with other social media content

See the difference?

Which one do you prefer more?

How to embed Twitter feed on every website

Luckily, the EmbedFeed platform integrates with the major CMS, website builders, and all platforms that have an option to install a plugin, embed 3rd-party iframes or javascript codes.

To make this even easier for you, we created a detailed step-by-step tutorial on how you can easily display a Twitter feed to your website.

Here, some of the most used website builders where you can display Twitter feed:

  1. Embed Twitter feed for WordPress
  2. Embed Twitter feed for Squarespace
  3. Embed Twitter feed for PageCloud
  4. Embed Twitter feed for Weebly
  5. Embed Twitter feed for Wix
  6. Embed Twitter feed for Webflow
  7. Embed Twitter feed for Shopify

Do more: Embed Feed from Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook

I mentioned a few times that EmbedFeed is an all-in-one social media aggregator that has integrations with all big social media networks.

It provides options to generate and embed feeds from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, Vimeo, or create Custom Feeds.

social media aggregators

And the best part is that you can combine all these sources in one big social media wall and embed it on a dedicated page on your website.

Here are more details about the other social media widgets available in EmbedFeed:


Getting your brand involved on Twitter and embedding your Twitter activity on a website revolves around more than just being there, interacting and engaging.

It is more about utilizing social media’s undeniable power to provide your visitors with the best experience they deserve.

Do you consider trying some of the ways mentioned above and displaying your Twitter profile or Twitter hashtag feed on your website?

If you have tried the steps already, how do you like it? Are you surprised by the boost in engagement and expansion of Twitter reach?

Feel free to drop us a line and let us know.

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