Twitter users may subscribe to other Twitter users as well. The term subscriber is popularly known as a follower. By default, Tweets are publicly visible and anybody with an access to Twitter can see it. But senders can also customize their tweets to be delivered only among their followers, and it is also possible to block those who have followed them. Common to networking sites where users may able to customize and update their profile through their mobile phones either by text messaging or by apps intended for Tablets and Smartphones.
A word, phrase or topic discussed in a form of a “hashtag” (a word or a phrase prefixed with the symbol #); that is said to be a trending topic if it is being used by most users. Trending topics became popular because of an event that encourages the public to talk about it or either by a combined effort by fans of certain celebrities and musicians alike.
Without a doubt, all of us believed what Twitter is capable of particularly in exchanging communications to each other or just by simply being updated not once in awhile but more often. And that is one of the main reasons why Twitter is regarded as one of the most powerful and highly dominating Social Networking Portal in the World Wide Web.
To actively share my Tweets and updates to my friends, families and followers; I decided to post his article in creating a short “How To” guide in linking a Twitter Feed to Blog such as this. So that my visitors will somehow find their way to see other related tweets that they will be interested about. And in this case, I'll be showing you the easy way to add a Feed within Blogger platform. Fortunately, Twitter offers a built-in widget that we can add almost effortlessly.
I have here an actual screenshots I did when I added and configure a Twitter Feed widget for you to through.
In your Twitter Account, Click the Settings icon (GEAR Shape)
In the Twitter Settings, Click on the Widget Link to open Widget Settings
Click on the Create New to open a Widget configuration dashboard
Configuration Panel of a Twitter Widget
In this case, I customized my Twitter Feed to appear in a Dark background to match my Blogger Theme used as template.
In the Blogger Settings, Open the LayOut Section to see the options in Adding a blank widget
Adding a Widget Box to a desired location within the page
Pasting the Widget code.
Don't forget to add a Title because this will be your guide in your LayOut Settings
There you have it, this is the screenshot of my Blog with the active Twitter Feed
The benefits of using Twitter recent tweets widget is not limited to just by displaying the latest tweets. Bu it also displays a follow button allowing visitors of your Blog to follow your Twitter account in a single click. In addition, this widget allows visitors to mention you right away in a tweet directly from your site.
After reading this simple How-to guide, I am hoping that you can through with the screenshots provided. Anyway, you can simply come back if you have doubt about what you are doing. This small but useful Twitter Widget would help you attain your Social Campaign. And if you have questions, comments or violent reactions (“LOL”) related to this Twitter article, please don’t hesitate to drop by your message on a comment box below, and I will try my best to guide you through in solving that problem.