Let newsmakers embed your content and they’ll look to you for material, likely publish more to you, and you’ll have more content to advertise against. That’s why Facebook today begins allowing “public” posts to be embedded on third-party sites, a strategy pioneered by Twitter in 2010 and recently copied by Instagram. Embedding is slated for a full roll out, but for now you can get preview on five sites.
Bleacher Report, CNN, Huffington Post, Mashable and People are the first sites to be allowed to embed Facebook posts, but soon the drop-down arrow on news feed and Timeline posts will include an “Embed” option that lets you copy the HTML into any site or blog. That’s still a bit clunky, considering some sites like WordPress can render Twitter embeds from simply pasting in a tweet’s permalink.
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