– embed twitter search results on your blog or site provides you with embeddable twitter badges for twitter search results. Embed the badge on your blog or site for your visitors to view the search results.

The widget is completely customizable allowing you to specify the width, number of results to display, the design colors etc. Once you have entered the desired keyword, you can get the code that needs to be simply pasted on your blog.


  • Generate twitter search result widget for your blog or site
  • Widget completely customizable
  • Just copy paste the code

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This site generates a simple bit of HTML code that you can insert on your website, company site, or social network profile to instantly display Twitter Search results for the specified keywords. It’s highly customizable and should be able to fit right in on any page.



  • @twitstatushq – Easy Twitter Search Badges. Fully customizable.
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  • @ryanmcgrath – Web developer in the DC/Metro Area. Employed by; hacker on various other projects. Views expressed here are strictly my own, not those of my employers.
  • @justinnurse – I design. You’re welcome
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    If you want to put twitter widget into your website in a much easier way (without coding, javascript knowledge) you might want to check out

    this service allows you to create dialogue or conversation from selected tweets then you can share and put it into your website/blog with their widget

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