Looking for the easiest way to add your Facebook feed to Elementor?
Since Elementor is one of the most popular page builders out there, it’s a great option if you want beautiful pages on your site.
And if you add Facebook feeds to those pages, you can easily boost your engagement and convert more visitors. Plus, you can also get more people to follow you on Facebook.
In this article, we’ll show you how to add your Facebook feeds to Elementor in just a few easy steps.
But first, let’s see how adding a Facebook feed to Elementor can help your website.
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Why Use Facebook Feeds With Elementor?
Elementor is a WordPress page builder that comes with a user-friendly drag-and-drop editor. So, you can easily create engaging pages for your WordPress site — no need to hire a designer or bother with coding.
But if you want to get more out of your Elementor pages, there’s an easy solution. To boost your engagement, you can try adding a Facebook feed.
Using a Facebook feed, you can show relevant Facebook posts on your Elementor page. This way, you can get more Facebook interactions, better conversion, and more sales for your business.
In fact, here are a few more ways adding Facebook feeds to your Elementor site can help you:
- If you show Facebook posts of people enjoying your products, it can work as social proof. This means seeing these posts will make your visitors more likely to buy from you.
- By adding Facebook feeds, you can show relevant images and videos to make your page more interesting.
- It’s also an easy way to get more Facebook followers from the people visiting your site.
- Posting keyword-rich Facebook content on your Elementor page can help you rank higher in search engine results.
- You can show Facebook group feeds to your visitors and easily grow your Facebook group.
Easiest Way to Add Facebook Feeds
Using the Facebook Feed Pro plugin, you can easily embed Facebook feeds on your website.
Since it’s super user-friendly, you can create, customize, and post your feeds with zero coding needed. Plus, Facebook Feed Pro is perfectly compatible with Elementor.
So, you can use Elementor’s drag-and-drop builder to create beautiful pages and then embed your Facebook feeds to make them even more engaging.
And Facebook Feed Pro also comes with tons of great features. Here are a few highlights:
- Super Easy & Fast Setup: Setting up the plugin is so easy that you’ll be posting your Facebook feeds in minutes.
- Live Feed Editor: Forget about coding. You can create and customize your Facebook feeds in real-time with just a few clicks using the plugin’s live feed editor.
- Lightning Fast: Your pages will still load super fast, even with all those Facebook posts, since this plugin is very lightweight. Plus, a fast website can even boost your SEO.
- Customer support: With Facebook Feed Pro, you also get a team of WordPress experts to make sure you have a smooth experience using the plugin.
Because of all these features, Facebook Feed Pro has become the best Facebook feed plugin for WordPress.
A rating of 4.9/5 stars from over 250,000 active users speaks for itself. And Facebook Feed Pro is also the preferred choice for some of the biggest brands in the world.
So, it’s the best option if you want to embed Facebook feeds to make your website more engaging and boost sales.
Now, let’s get started and show you how to add a Facebook feed to Elementor.
How to Add Your Facebook Feed to Elementor
All it takes is 5 simple steps, and you’ll be able to post your Facebook feeds to your Elementor site. Let’s take a look at how you can easily do this below.
Step 1: Install and Activate Facebook Feed Pro
First of all, you can get your copy of Facebook Feed Pro here. Once you have the plugin, just install and activate it.
If you’re not sure how that’s done, check out our handy article on how to install WordPress plugins.
Step 2: Create Your Facebook Feed
From your WordPress dashboard, go tco the Facebook Feed » All Feeds menu. On this new page, click on the Add New button.
Now, you’ll have to pick the feed type. With this Facebook feed WordPress plugin, you can pick between tons of options here:
After you’ve picked the type of Facebook feed you want, click on the Next button.
With that, you’ve just created a new Facebook feed. You can now go to step 3 and connect it to a source.
Step 3: Connect Your Feed to Facebook
Once you’ve created a feed, you can pick where your Facebook posts will be taken from. This is the source for your Facebook feed.
Just click on the Add New button here to add a new source.
In this new popup, you can pick between a Page or a Group for your source. Once you do that, click on the Connect button.
This will send you to Facebook, where you can give read-only access to this plugin. A read-only access means that the plugin can’t actually change anything on your Facebook account.
First, just select the Facebook page or group that you want to show on your site, and then click on the Next button.
Now just click on Done to grant the read-only access.
Now you’ll be brought back to WordPress. All you have to do here is select the page or group and then click on the Add button.
Finally, you can just click on Next to proceed.
Now, you can move on to step 4 and start customizing your Facebook feed.
Step 4: Customize Your Facebook Feed
After that, you can now use the live feed editor and customize your Facebook feed.
On the left side, you can see all the customization options for your feed. Using these options, you can change your feed type, feed layout, like box style, color scheme, header style, and much more.
And on the right, you can see a live preview of your Facebook feed. Whenever you make any changes to the feed, you can see the result right here.
To start customizing your Facebook feed, first select the Feed Layout option on the left.
With this plugin, you can pick between 4 feed layout options: List, Grid, Masonry, and Carousel.
If you go for a list, your Facebook posts will be shown one after another in a single column. This can be good if you want each post to have a lot of space.
But if you want your posts to appear in neat rows and columns, you have the grid option. You can show a lot of Facebook posts at once like this.
The masonry layout will show all of your posts in different columns. Plus, the posts will also keep their original proportions.
Finally, you have the Facebook carousel option if you want to show your feed in a dynamic slider.
Select the feed layout that you prefer and click on the Save button.
And that’s just the start. Just like this, you can set the color scheme, header type, background color, feed size, margins, and much more.
Once you edit your feed to your liking, remember to click on the Save button to save the changes.
With the customization done, you can now embed your new Facebook feed.
Step 5: Add Your Facebook Feed to Elementor
Finally, it’s time to add your new Facebook feed to your Elementor page.
First, go to Pages » Add New to create a new WordPress page.
Here, just click on the Edit with Elementor button, and WordPress will open the Elementor editor.
You can also use a WordPress post here if you prefer. Just go to Posts » Add New and then click on the Edit with Elementor button.
After that, you’ll see the Elementor editor. Here, you can find all the Elementor widgets on the left panel. And on the right, you have a live preview of your post or page.
Now go to the search field on the left and type in “facebook feed” to find the Facebook feed widget.
Once you do that, you can just drag the Facebook Feed widget from the search results and drop it to the right.
Now click on Publish and you’ve now added your Facebook feed to Elementor!
Just check your website, and you can see how it looks.
And that’s it!
Now, you know how to embed your Facebook feeds on your Elementor page.
All you need is the Facebook Feed Pro plugin, and it’ll be a piece of cake to create, customize, and embed your Facebook feeds. Then, you can easily get more Facebook followers, conversions, and sales.
So what are you waiting for? Go and grab your copy of Facebook Feed Pro today!
Want to boost your engagement on Facebook? You can check out our guide on the best types of Facebook posts to easily get more engagement.