The best way to grow your audience and connect deeper with them is to Integrate your content marketing across different channels.
One way is to leverage your Twitter followers to get them to visit your blog, and leverage your blog visitors to get them to take action on Twitter.
Thankfully, you’re in luck. It only takes a few simple steps to put a working tweet in your WordPress blog post, no extra plugins or software is needed.
First: Find the tweet you want to embed from your feed. For this example we’re going to use this one.
Second: Click on the tweet to open a detailed view of it, then click the ellipsis in the bottom right to open a menu. In this menu there is a “Copy Link to Tweet” button.
Third: While creating or editing your post in WordPress simply past the link to the tweet on a separate line. KEY POINT: The URL must be pasted as regular text to work. If wherever you pasted the link from kept it as a hyperlink you will have to place your cursor inside the link and click this “Unlink” button in your WordPress editor, and then copy the text and re-paste it.
If you aren’t seeing WordPress automatically format it like the following picture, then you need to try to past the url as plain text again.
The result should be a fully functional tweet including the following buttons: Follow, Retweet, Like, and Reply. And, it will also have the link to the tweet owner’s profile, any embedded links and hashtags. It’s like a real tweet!