You can place a Widget anywhere you like on your website. Some of the more common places that users place their widgets include:
Updating existing or dated Facebook and Twitter-specific widgets: generally located in the right-hand column or footer of many webpages. Create a widget that can incorporate social content from multiple networks that is constantly updated and more user specific.
Creating a dynamic social feed within your blog posts or news articles: Use a widget that connects to a person or event's social account or hashtags. This can provide a more informative experience for users.
A live event broadcast for website homepages or event pages: Create a widget to bring all crowd-sourced content into your own website or event specific pages.
About pages or profile pages: Great for athletes, actors, contributors or employees who are looking to build a positive social presence or fan page.
Facebook page: Create a new 'tab' and drop in a widget. This way, you'll be able to showcase all the great social content happening across all networks within your own Facebook page. It's also a great way of encouraging your Facebook users to click through to your own website. Simply install an app which allows you to embed HTML within a Facebook 'tab'. There are several options to choose from... we particularly like this one.