Seems like Facebook is everywhere, right? Wrong. But it will be soon…
Today Facebook announced that users will soon be able to embed public Facebook posts as easily as they can embed tweets and YouTube videos on websites, giving users the ability to stick their status updates in pages across the Web, and outside of Facebook. Photos, status updates, posts with hashtags, videos — all now can be embedded in pages on third-party sites outside of the social network.
"When embedded, posts can include pictures, videos, hashtags and other content," Facebook's Dave Capra wrote in a post on the site. "People can also Like and share the post directly from the embed."
The feature is being rolled out today on five sites -- first CNN, then Bleacher Report, Huffington Post, Mashable and People. Post embedding will be rolled out more widely in the coming weeks.