I was just curious if anyone knows why the first (top) photo of the hub does not show up on the facebook post when I tweet hubs.
Whenever I go to my facebook account I notice, on my tweet posts, that it is usually a photo from somewhere in the middle of the hub. That is traditionally not the best representation of the hub.
I'm wondering if there is any way to fix/change that.
Thanks in advance!
I've noticed the same when I post on Facebook but most of the time it will show the top photo.
Funny we all see the same problem but have no idea what the answer is....you always come up with such great questions Jan.
Try putting words on the first poto and see if that helps; or Pin It.
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