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10 Examples for Website Social Media Feeds

Inspiring Examples of Social Media Feeds on Websites in Different Industries

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1. SIXT France social media feed

SIXT France uses a social media feed on its website to display authentic content generated by its customers. The car brand also adds custom posts featuring new car models to the feed. This kind of content helps website visitors get some information and make decisions about their next car purchase.

Social Media feed on website example on sixt.fr website by Walls.io. Instagra, Twitter social feed.
Social media feed on website examples: Sixt.fr

2. IKEA Poland social media feed

IKEA Poland uses a social media photo gallery feed to display authentic social media content from shoppers whenever they post on Instagram or Twitter using the store’s official hashtags.

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Social media feed examples: Ikea Poland

IKEA Poland also uses Walls.io to mix social media content produced by its customers on Instagram with custom posts uploaded by the IKEA team itself. This feed helps inspire buyers and increase their trust when deciding to make a purchase.

Ikea social media feed on website example

4. Ferrari social media feed

Ferrari uses a social media feed on the races.ferrari.com and formula1.ferrari.com subdomains to display live social media updates from several social platforms. This helps Ferrari keep the website up to date by reusing the content that the social media team already publishes on the official social media channels.

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Social media feed on website examples: Ferrari

5. beyerdynamic social media feed

beyerdynamic, a German manufacturer of audio equipment, is using a social media feed as part of its ecommerce website. The social feed connects user-generated content to the products in beyerdynamic’s online store.

The company is using Walls.io to connect customers’ social media posts to the relevant products in the ecommerce shop. This engages visitors and increases the trust in the brand and its products. The social media feed helps them increase conversions with the help of authentic user-generated content.

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Social media feed examples: beyerdynamic

6. Sacoor Brothers fashion retailer social media feed

The Sacoor Brothers fashion retailer uses a social wall in its online shop to display authentic user-generated content created by its customers and shared on various social media platforms using the store’s official hashtag #SacoorBrothers. The content serves as social proof and helps inspire website visitors.

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Social media feed examples: Sacoor Brothers

7. Memphis Grizzlies social media feed

The Memphis Grizzlies use social media feeds to showcase social content on various websites that they are running. The content of each social feed is adapted to the website it’s embedded on, and all social feeds are styled to fit the look of the site as well.

Here we have two different social walls; one is embedded on Grizzlies.com, the other one on FedExForum.com. The two walls are styled completely differently, each one adapted to fit the website it’s embedded on.

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Social media feed on website examples: nba.com/grizzlies

The Grizzlies switched to Walls.io from a competitor and have since set up multiple social media walls, all to an impeccable standard. They’ve fully integrated social walls with their online marketing strategy.

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8. Zotter social media feed

Zotter has set up a social media feed for multiple reasons. For one, the hashtag and social feed allow the social media team to keep track of social media postings about the brand. Furthermore, by setting up the feed on a screen at the company, Zotter employees can see how their hard work affects customer happiness.

And the social media feed embedded on the Zotter website serves to keep the website current even when the blog isn’t constantly updated with new content. They use a Walls.io social feed to collect amazing user generated content created by their customers on social media using the #Zotter hashtag, mix it with the brand’s social feeds and share it with their website visitors.

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Social media feed on website examples: Zotter

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8. Life is Good social media feed

To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Life is Good ran a hashtag campaign for donations. For every post using the hashtag #SomethingGood, the company donated $1 to the Life is Good Kids Foundation. $1 million was raised over the course of the campaign.

Posts from the campaign were displayed on a social media feed embedded on the campaign website. Users could take part via Twitter, Instagram, as well as an upload form that sent posts straight to the social wall as native posts using Walls.io.

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Social media feed on website examples: Life is Good

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9. Montpellier Airport social media feed

Montpellier Airport combines content from all its social media channels in a branded social media feed on its website. It keeps the website up to date by re-purposing the content that the social media team creates for Montpellier Airport’s social media channels. The social media feed inspires travelers and helps them discover new destinations. The airport uses it to also share the latest news and offers.

Montpellier Airport social media feed on website example
Social media feed on website examples: Montpellier Airport

10. University social media feed on website examples

Thousands of universities around the world are using social media to engage with their students. They use social media walls like Walls.io to embed long-term custom social feeds on their websites. Social media feed embeds are a great place for providing information about the university, giving people an insight into what’s going on, attracting new students and creating a connection between students, staff, alumni, visitors, etc.

Here’s how the University of Sussex uses a social wall on its graduation page, encouraging students to share their experience on social media and, thus, the “hall of fame”.

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Social media feed on website examples: University of Sussex

Here, we see the University of Toronto social wall embedded on the Back to School section of the website.

Screenshot of the Back to School section of the University of Toronto website. The left column shows the navigation for various topics important to new students. The social wall is embedded in the right column.

And here is Tiffin University’s general social wall, embedded on the website to give visitors some insight into what’s going on at the university.

Screenshot of the Tiffin University social wall embedded on the website under the heading “Social Scene”.

Tiffin University’s social wall is not tied to any particular topic, allowing the social wall to change and feature all kinds of posts throughout the school year. It works well as a long-term embed on the school’s website.

Embedding a social wall on a microsite or your university’s website is incredibly easy. Just grab the embed code from your Walls.io dashboard (you can tweak the settings to adjust how your embed will look) and paste it into the place on your site where you want to embed it.

Why you should embed a free social media feed on your website

There are many advantages to using a social media feed on your website. Your social content adds a fresh feel to your website by showing that you’re active online and interacting with your customers and fans. And it can show what your fans are saying about you. And who better to talk about you, your products or services than your loyal customers?

Adding a live social media feed on your website will help you:

  • Increase conversions
  • Keep your website fresh
  • Make your visitors engage
  • Expand your online network
  • Increase brand awareness

Social media feeds that are easy to embed

Walls.io social media walls are responsive and very easy to embed on any website. Here are some options for adding Walls.io to your website:

Engage your website visitors with a custom social feed.

Create a social feed with videos and posts collected from multiple social media channels and embed it on your website to engage your visitors.

Try it for free!

We hope you’ll enjoy your social feed website embed

We’re excited to find out how you’re using your free social media wall. Send us a link to the page where you have the social feed embedded. The most spectacular and interesting use cases make it to our blog.