Some of the finest Social media integration modules with Drupal

  • By :Shefali
  • Date : 04-01-2017

Social media is not a choice anymore. You need social media to put yourself out there coz that’s where EVERYONE is! There’s an increasing need to connect all the social media platforms together with your website. Improved collaboration between your Drupal site’s users means better engagement of visitors with your site. As a Drupal development company, our goal is to provide you with a feature-rich flexible website that is engaging and is loved by the social media.

You will find that there are a plethora of social media modules that Drupal provides. We’ve dug in and listed out our top favourites:

AddThis

This Drupal module provides a super-easy-to-install button that allows your website visitors to bookmark or share your content on social networking sites. It also provides analytics about the sharing and bookmarking activities by your users.

Janrain Social Login

This Drupal module integrates with the Janrain Social Login web service through which your users can register and login with their social networking profiles (more than 20 of them including Facebook, Twitter, Google, AOL etc.) This makes the process of registering with your Drupal website much simpler and also makes it easy for users to share your content with their contacts.

Service Links

It is a Drupal module built on Drupal for Drupal and hence does not include commercial ads or hidden spy codes. It not only allows you to add various social media links or JavaScript buttons into your content but also gives the developer more scope for adding their own customized buttons/services.

Easy Social

As the name suggests, it is an easy way to add a bunch of social media share buttons without worrying much about the code behind. It not only includes widgets for Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google but you can also create your own widget for any other networking sites.

Social Media & Widgets

This module integrates your Drupal website with social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Google+ and offers a centrally managed system to manage user profile information and widgets like follow and share buttons.

Facebook Connect

With the help of this module you can let your users connect to your Drupal website by logging into their Facebook account through the Facebook Connect API. This module lets your users:

  • See which of their contacts have an account with your Drupal website.
  • Publish a message on their feed stating that they have created an account with your Drupal website.
  • Invite friends to create accounts with your Drupal website.
  • ShareBar

    If you’re confused on where to place your social media link bars, this Drupal module helps you out by letting you add a floating submission bar to your Drupal website. You can configure your ShareBar with social buttons like Twitter, Facebook Like & Share, LinkedIn, Google+, Reddit, Digg, StumbleUpon and many more.

    Twitter

    This Drupal module helps you get more Twitter followers by letting you display your latest Tweets on your website. You can also log in to your Drupal website through your Twitter account and also post to Twitter. It is the simplest and fastest way to integrate Twitter with your Drupal website.

    Post It Everywhere

    Yes. This module does just that. It helps you post your updates to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, FriendFeed without the need to login and update to all these sites individually. You have to login once and you will be remembered forever.

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