Iframe Embeded Feature Eloquens


Eloquens is proud to announce the release of the “Embed Iframe”  feature for Eloquens.com authors and users. This feature enables authors to embed their Best Practices that have been published on Eloquens, on their own websites to channel their website visitors towards their ready-to-use Best Practices and methods.

As all Eloquens users sign-up with Linkedin, authors consequently know the exact identity of their content users (Picture, Professional Title, Professional Description and Linkedin Link) and then get in touch with either through the platform (via the Private Messaging System) or via Linkedin directly.

Eloquens users can also use the iframe codes to embed specific Best Practices they have appreciated on their own personal blogs and websites.

Similar to YouTube, this new feature enables useful and actionable content to be showcased in the best format across the web.

Here is how to get the iframe codes to embed an Eloquens Best Practice on your website:

Here are a few examples of Eloquens Authors who have embeded their Best Practices on their own personal websites:

Feel free to try this new feature out and tell us what you think about it in the comment section below!




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