Walls.io is incredibly fast to set up and use
Social walls are an excellent tool for non-profit organisations like ours. They’re a great way to draw attention at events and let the organisation shine. Walls.io has loads of features and covered everything we needed and more. Changes in the settings can even be made in real time, which is helpful for live events. And, of course, our members loved the social wall.
With Walls.io, you can collect and showcase the best posts, photos or videos from Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, ВКонтакте (VKontakte), Flickr, Tumblr, Pinterest, Vimeo, Messenger, Reddit, and RSS feeds.
That means you don’t need to figure out how to embed content separately. You can simply embed your social wall via the WordPress Plugin in a few easy steps.
Learn more about the available content sources.
The Walls.io Style Editor lets you adapt your social feed’s design to your website in mere minutes. No tech skills are needed! Easily change the tile background, the text colour or the tile border colour to create pretty much endless possibilities of colour combinations.
Learn more about our ready-made themes and all the social wall design possibilities available.
With a social media feed, you have full control over the social content that shows up on your website. Add a wide variety of content from different sources, combining powerful, trustworthy user-generated content with the posts from your social media channels. You can even add messages, photos and videos directly to your feed by uploading them as native posts. Our powerful content moderation tools keep spam away and even allow you to manually select the best posts from your users if you like. Learn more about our advanced content curation features.
You are not limited to social media content but can also add your own content directly to the feed. Custom content can contain details about your next event, information about your latest product, promotion of a product feature, interesting facts about your company, testimonials from your clients or employees — you name it!