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Are you looking for the best Twitter plugins for WordPress?
Perhaps you want to include your recent tweets on your site or encourage visitors to share your content.
In this article, we’ll share the best Twitter plugins for WordPress that will help you grow your Twitter followers and engagement.
Smash Balloon Custom Twitter Feeds Pro is the best Twitter plugin for WordPress. It allows you to easily embed your recent tweets in WordPress.
It comes with various layout choices and customization options which gives you different ways to display tweets onn your site.
You can add Tweets from not just your account, but any public account, hashtag, and keyword. You can even combine multiple accounts and keywords to create smart Twitter feeds.
It supports the default WordPress editor and you can add your feed using a simple block. There is also an easy to use sidebar widget, this allows you to showcase Twitter feeds in non-content areas of your website.
There’s a free version of Custom Twitter Feeds available as well with limited features that you can get started with.
RafflePress comes with a built-in campaign template for Twitter. This allows you to instantly launch contest aimed at boosting Twitter engagement.
It is incredibly easy to use and comes with a drag and drop contest builder. Simply add the actions you want to include in your contest and then add it to any WordPress post or page.
Note: You can use RafflePress Lite (free version) as well to get started with giveaways and contests.
As the name suggests, it also allows you to display the share count for each social media platform. You can also display the total share count for each article.
There are multiple button styles to choose from and you can also select where you want them displayed. It is super easy to use and helps you instantly add social features to your website without compromising website speed.
Just check out our step by step guide using on Shared Counts to get started.
Social Warfare is another popular plugin to easily social sharing buttons to your website. It gives you control over what people share on Twitter (and other social networks) and how they share it. You can give your posts custom images and titles for Twitter, too.
Social Warfare offers multiple button styles and they are all designed to work well on mobile devices. You can style and position them in different ways, too. You can even put the sharing buttons in the middle of an article.
There’s a free version of Social Warfare available, which is a good place to start. Upgrading to the Pro version gives you access to more features.
Revive Old Posts lets you easily share old articles at a pre-defined schedule to your social media profiles. This helps you keep your Twitter timeline active throughout the day without manually scheduling tweets.
Once you are done with the setup, it automatically works in the background to share your old posts. You can select a date range, exclude specific categories and tags, and pause it at any time.
You can customize what goes out in the tweets, too. For instance, you might want to include a hashtag based on the post’s category or tag.
The free version of the plugin works with Twitter and Facebook pages, so you may want to use that to begin with.
However, the pro version has some powerful extra features. These include the ability to set custom schedules, use multiple Twitter accounts, and add conversion tracking tags to URLs.
Simple Social Icons makes it easy to add social media icons to a sidebar widget. These icons have links to your Twitter profile and your other social media profiles. Visitors to your site can then easily find and follow you on their favorite social network.
It is quite simple and easy to set up. You have the option to choose the button colors, alignment, and order. It comes with an easy to use widget that you can simply add to your WordPress blog.
Better Click to Tweet is a free plugin that lets you add ‘click to tweet’ boxes in your posts. It’s fully compatible with the WordPress block editor.
You can use this plugin to highlight specific quotes in your content. Your visitors can then simply click a button to tweet that quote. For more details, see our guide on adding click to tweet boxes in your content.
The Better Click to Tweet plugin is free, but it doesn’t have any options to customize the styling of your quotes. You can add custom CSS to change how the quotes look or you can pay for the premium addon, which offers a range of different styles to choose from.
We hope this article helped you learn about the best Twitter plugins for WordPress. You might also want to see our list of the best Instagram plugins for WordPress, and our comprehensive guide on increasing your website traffic.
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