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Facebook Introduces Embeddable Posts

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In a bid to inject Facebook into more public conversations, the company has introduced embeddable posts that will let blogs & news organizations include status updates, videos & photos in stories.

The posts work in the same way as embeds from Twitter, YouTube & Instagram. Once your account is enabled (only CNN, The Huffington Post, Mashable & People Magazine has early access to the embeds for now), you will have the optiob to “Embed post.” That will produce a code you can cut and paste into a blog entry or HTML file.

However, for a post to be embeddable, it must be set to public.

In its announcement, Facebook used a status update from Venus Williams as an example:


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