Add Animated Ticker
Adding the Twitter feed widget for Ontraport to your Ontraport landing page will add a sense of activity by displaying an animated "ticker". With it, you can grab the user's attention right away.
The Twitter feed widget lets you group several Twitter feeds into one page, making them more accessible and quicker to navigate.
Making all your Facebook feeds accessible on one page will make your readers' lives easier.
The Twitter feed widget is fully customizable, and you can use it to enhance your Ontraport landing page page’s design. You can additionally enhance the design by implementing the gentle “ticker” animation, which is sure to make your page more appealing.
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Our widgets come with a simple-to-use, intuitive editor that enables you to drag and drop elements within the widgets and edit them with absolute ease.
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Our widgets require absolutely no coding knowledge. Edit the app to your liking, copy its HTML code, and paste it where needed. That’s it.