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Facebook makes it easy to share your Facebook profile on your site or blog. Molly McDonald demonstrates how to use Facebook ...
widgets to give your blog readers or site visitors your latest updates from Facebook.
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Welcome to the tenth episode in the finer points of Facebook Series. If you want to share your Facebook profile on your website or blog there’s an easy way to do so. In your profile, on the lower left side, you’ll see something that says, ‘Create a profile Badge.’ Click on it.
Here’s a preview of what the badge looks like but you can edit it to show just want you want. So you can add or remove your profile picture, your name, networks, websites, and email. You can also change these to things, like your status updates and you can add new items. Just select what you want from the dropdown list. I’ll select recent pictures taken by me and my IM Screen Name. So now I’ll save it. And here’s what it would look like.
And now, all you need to do is copy this HTML code and paste it into your website wherever you want it shown. If you use one of these blogging platforms, you can choose to add it from here.
Remember, there are ten parts to this series, so don’t forget to check out the other episodes in the Finer Points of Facebook Series