Today, I guide you through the simple process of adding Facebook Messenger to your WordPress website. I share two methods for installing Facebook Messenger on WordPress in 2021. Adding a live chat feature to your website allows you to positively engage with your customers (in the moment) by answering questions, solving problems and understanding your website visitors. All this builds trust and loyalty which will, in turn, bring in more business. Check out our full Facebook messenger article here: https://stewartgauld.com/how-to-add-facebook-messenger-chat-to-wordpress/ ► Today we cove the following steps to adding Facebook Messenger to your website: 0:00 Intro 01:15 Getting started 01:18 Login to Facebook 01:27 Facebook Business page 02:26 Customize Messenger options 04:51 Method 1: Add code to website 05:04 WordPress Dashboard 06:11 Method 2: Install Facebook Messenger plugin 08:00 Chat user interface 08:43 Responding to messages 09:11 Outro ► Are you interested in joining our small business community? Join us to receive actionable tips, tutorials and tools to grow your small business online (Subscribe to our email list) or join our exclusive community here: https://mailchi.mp/71ac3fcdbfdf/stewart-gauld Let me know if you found this Facebook Messenger plugin tutorial helpful. Also, if you require any help or support, make sure to get in touch with us today. Thanks for watching and enjoy the process! #messenger #livechat

34 Replies to “How to Add Facebook Messenger to WordPress Website | Free Live Chat Integration 2021”

  1. The second method worked for me – As my website doesn’t have the footer option. The messenger is live but the custom messages won’t show, I’ve tried everything from fb itself but besides the greeting – The welcome message and faqs won’t show and it’s also a bit glitchy. Any advise?

  2. Hi Steward, thanks for the video tutorial for installing Messenger live chat on WordPress, I have successfully installing it with the step by step guidance. Question: which plug in will you recommend for installing Whatsapp live chat on WordPress? And, will you do a video tutorial on that topic? I enjoy watching other video tutorials on various topics, you’re doing an amazing job!

  3. Hi Stewart! Thank you for this awesome tutorial. I have a question though, how can you resize the messenger icon on your website? I tried it but it’s in svg.

  4. Hi Stewart, we do not have “Add Messenger to your website” link as it appears on your screen at 2:00. Any ideas? We do have a Business Manager account. Regards Jamie

  5. Hello, How can I reverse the process you demonstrated in this video and get rid of the pasted code so that I can install the plug in instead?

  6. Hi Stewart. I am following along. My Facebook Account wants me to add the plug in and I don’t seem to be able to add the website address first. This means I do not have the ability to customise the message before I add the plug in. Any ideas how I can change this or will I get the option to customise after adding the plug in

  7. Unfortunately, this doesn’t work with the stupid “New Pages Experience”. It just takes you to a new settings page with no ability to do anything.

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