Enable Guests to Share Their Best Moments on Your Private Social Wall
A social wall is a fun way to capture the best moments of any private event — be it a wedding, anniversary, birthday — and share them with family and friends. You can also add a social wall to your travel or food blog. At private parties, a social wall shows unique perspectives captured by your guests without having to hire several professional photographers. You’re putting the photos your friends and family are already taking to good use.
Social walls for private parties, gatherings or events will often include posts that share private moments that you don’t want the general public to see. Don’t worry! To make sure that those moments stay private, simply set your wall to “private” in your Walls.io settings. Then, only those with whom you share your private link will be able to view the social wall. It will also not show up in Google search results.
Some of your guests may not use social media or, even if they do, may not want to share the intimate moments of your private gathering publicly on their timelines. Fortunately, there’s a secure way to post directly to your social wall. You and your audience can post to your social wall through Facebook Messenger without actually posting the information to your Facebook profile.
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Ray and Charlyn document their adventures as parents on a blog with an embedded social wall. First, they only wanted to display their Instagram posts, but soon the social wall developed into a shareable photo album of all their adventures.
I used Walls.io for my birthday and thought it was fantastic! The unique selling point for me was being able to use a chatbot on Facebook Messenger. But people can use the product far more than just once for an event. A cafe could have it all the time on their TV, a workplace could have it in the kitchen, a shared house could have it on in the lounge. So many possibilities!
We came up with the idea to write about our trips but also about the experiences we have in our daily life. Primarily for us to be able to look back on those adventures but also to have something for our daughter Quinn to see and read when she’s older. The social wall is a nice add-on feature for our website, and it works well with the content of our blog. While the blog offers longer articles, the social wall complements it with shorter stories!