I now include this footer note with all my shares: "Side note not related to link. I see FB has once again screwed up both the article title and the leading picture."
Tip to help you out that I recently discovered via my web sites. Facebook will often pick up the image closest to its button. Now that we have a floating button it can be touchy as to what it is grabbing. Have to play around and see when it is picking the image up.
Have you tried the Facebook Debugger Tool?
Yet again I've been forced to add, ""Side note not related to link. I see FB has once again screwed up both the summary and the article picture (none even showed this time)."
Thinking of dumping the account and starting over. Necessary evil as we are forced to deal with them.
by Melissa Flagg4 years ago
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