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Add Twitter Latest Updates To Any Website Widget

Updated on June 20, 2011

Twitter updates are a great way to stay connected with friends , co-workers, acquaintances and just another way to meet new and interesting friends. With a Twitter account you can follow twitters and read what they tweet or someone can follow you to see what your tweeting about.

Twitter has a cool widget that allows you to add a latest tweeted updates widget right to a website. This is a short simple tuturial to walk you through setting up a Twitter widget for a website. Lets dig in.

The first thing after you have your Twitter account set up is to log in. Look across the page and find the Settings link and click on it. This take you to the settings for your account... "Awesome"!!

Look across the top and find the Profile tab click on it.... "Sweet"!!

Now you should see a Web entry down the page some. Across from that is a box to enter a website but thats not the widget. This box is for adding your website to your profile. It says Have a homepage or blog? Put the address here

Below that is a link that says (You can also add Twitter to your site here) click on that. This will take you to the Goodies,Widget page... "Right on"!!

Look and theres a tab My Website click on that then Profile Widget. Set up the prefeneces , appearance, and dimensions you like. Then look at the bottom and click Finish & Grab Code 

Copy and paste that code to your website and thats it!!! "Twitter Widget Rocks"!!

Hope you enjoyed this fast and easy tutorial. If so tweet it to your friends so they to can enjoy a Twitter widget on their website.


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      Sweet Chococarrie 6 years ago from My Heart To Yours

      cool tips, thanks..visit me dear friend..

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      Cindy Bay 7 years ago

      Thanks for the tips!

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      WoodsmensPost 7 years ago from Arizona

      life-is-sweet the "How to add twitter most recent updates to blogger" hub is one of my hubs the link is near the top of the comments or in my profile. Thanks

      Thanks Elaine for commenting

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      Elaine 7 years ago

      Awesome read and easy to follow. Thanks

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      life-is-sweet 7 years ago from NY

      Awesome, thanks! Pretty cool stuff. Where is the hub that explains how to add to blogger? :)

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      WoodsmensPost 7 years ago from Arizona

      @Phyllis :=)

      @Pamela99 It really is that easy

      @abbiz Your welcome thanks for stopping in

      @TnFlash Thank You!!It can also be added to your blogger explained in another hub of mine

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      TnFlash 7 years ago from Tampa, Florida

      Great Hub! I'm just starting to learn Twitter and this is helpful information.

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      abbiz 7 years ago from M-A

      Thanks WoodsmensPost for sharing your article with as, it is really Very helpful! thanks again :)

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      Pamela Oglesby 7 years ago from United States

      Very helpful article. Thanks.

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      Phyllis85 7 years ago

      I love twitter I'm addicted lol

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      WoodsmensPost 7 years ago from Arizona

      Its useful if you would like it on your website, I like the color options making it blend in with any page design.

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      Brian Stephens 7 years ago from Castelnaudary, France

      I use this widget in one or two places, would be even better if you could catergorize the tweets.

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      WoodsmensPost 7 years ago from Arizona

      Thanks the Twitter widget really is that easy to add to any website

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      deepakkumaarr 7 years ago

      Not so Bad Article