Social media has become a crucial part of promoting your business, blog, or website. With 1 billion people using Instagram every month, the platform’s power is being seen now more than ever. It joins Facebook and Youtube as one of the most popular social platforms in 2020.
Having an Instagram feed integrated directly into your site will increase your number of followers as well as save you time uploading and updating photos.
Instagram has over 700 millions of active users and tons of user-generated content. Moreover, it develops faster than any other social network. So why not use this huge audience for the sake of your WordPress website? And there is the tool for this purpose — Grace Instagram Feed Gallery for WordPress!
Grace is the part of Social Stream Apps project, which is dedicated to the development of next-generation plugins for social streaming. In case you do not know what is “social streaming” — it is the new opportunity to seamlessly connect any social network with your WordPress website by means of automatically updated feed (or combination of nearly unlimited number of feeds).
What does this plugin allow you to create and why is it important? Let us dive into Grace and explore the most interesting features and the goals they achieve.
Want to import Instagram photos to WordPress? You spend all that time creating gorgeous Instagram shots for your social profile, so why not repurpose your work for your WordPress site as well? I’ll show you how!
Until now, Instagram plugins killed website load times with droves of external calls. If you’re constantly chasing site speed, check out Optimized Instagram the (free) plugin that serves Instagram images locally and does drag down you website’s load time.
In this post, we’ll explore how you can start importing from Instagram to WordPress with the WP RSS Aggregator plugin to share your photos and videos with your site’s viewership. We’ll cover the standout features of the WP RSS Aggregator plugin and walk you through a tutorial to help you get started.
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Instagram has revolutionised mobile photography in recent years and even after being acquired by Facebook in 2012 its popularity and usage has continued to soar. The WordPress community loves to incorporate photography in their websites. The WordPress plugin repository is full of widgets for Flickr, Instagram and other services which are great for displaying recent images.