Here are the ways to add widgets, badges and buttons to your website for all of the social accounts you own. Some third party services help you create widgets like WidgetBox. There are many plugins for blogging platforms like WordPress that make it very easy to setup widgets.
Linking Twitter to your blog or website
- How to Use Twitter With Facebook
- How to Add the Follow Button to Your Website
- How to Add Twitter Buttons to Your Website
- How to Add the Tweet Button to Your Website
- How to Link Directly to an Individual Tweet
- How to Embed a Tweet on Your Website or Blog
Example of Facebook Fan page badge
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Here’s more for every type of button and badge on Facebook
Example, for the Subscribe button, simply go to: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/reference/plugins/subscribe/
Then change the URL for the fan page you want to use.. then click Get code to get the html code you need to copy and paste on your target website.
The Like Box is another good tool
Here’s the official iTunes widget builder for creating widgets for anything you can buy/sell on iTunes including music, apps, books and more.
Here’s the code for an example album for Antonia Bennett
<iframe src=”http://widgets.itunes.apple.com/itunes.html?wtype=2&app_id=553887498&country=us&partnerId=0&affiliate_id=0″ frameborder=0 style=”overflow-x:hidden;overflow-y:hidden;width:250px;height:300px;border:0px” ></iframe>
Another useful widget from iTunes is for creating a playlist of different songs for a particular artist that you want to feature in the live widget. For example, I added some songs from iTunes for Antonia Bennett.
Here’s the actual code that created that live widget playlist
<iframe src=”http://widgets.itunes.apple.com/itunes.html?wtype=4&app_id=null&country=us&partnerId=0&affiliate_id=0&t=The%2520Best%2520of%2520Antonia%2520Bennett&d=Fine%2520collection%2520of%2520the%2520divine%2520vocal%2520styling%2520of%2520Antonia%2520Bennett%2521&pl=0,472784056,553887625,553887624,553887733,553887613,553887731,553887628,553887627,553887734,553887626,553887730,553887735,295200753,468566057,468566066,468566087,468566071,468566063,468566090,159445128″ frameborder=0 style=”overflow-x:hidden;overflow-y:hidden;width:250px;height:300px;border:0px” ></iframe>
Here’s a screenshot of what it looks like when you set it up
Good article explains how to embed your YouTube channel and videos