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Benefits of Using the EmbedFeed Free Plan
Benefits of Using the EmbedFeed Free Plan

Learn more about the features available with our EmbedFeed free plan.

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EmbedFeed is a social media aggregator and you can generate feeds from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tiktok, YouTube or Vimeo.

Once you generate the feeds, you can easily embed them on your website with a shortcode, which will sync with your social media accounts and automatically update.

You will have complete control over how your feed will look, meaning the widget is totally modifiable, and you can customize it based on your needs.

If you decide to use our free plan for EmbedFeed, you’ll continue having access to the following features:

  • Max of 1 source

  • Max of 3 Feeds

  • Instagram account feeds (you can use only Instagram as a source)

  • Instagram hashtag feeds (you can use only Instagram as a source)

  • Regular updates

  • Auto syncs every 24 hours

If you need more resources and features and you choose to upgrade, you’ll have additional access to the following:

  • 3 or more sources

  • Multiple different types of feeds from Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, YouTube and Vimeo

  • Combo feeds - option to combine various social media feeds in one place and display them in one widget

  • Shoppable Feeds - add CTA buttons to your posts and make them shoppable

  • Customization - There are various layouts available: masonry, grid, carousel, three column, slideshow or include your own custom CSS to completely modify the appearance of the widget

  • Moderation - option to choose which posts you want to include in the widget and which ones to leave out

  • Auto sync every 3 hours (down to 30 minutes with the Premium plan) - the posts you post on social media will automatically get generated and displayed on your website

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