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Please help me. What is this on facebook? Share? Like?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by santiago22, May 2, 2014.

  1. santiago22

    santiago22 Regular Member

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    Hi, one facebook page publish my website on their facebook page. But i dont know how. Its not normal share post. It looks like this - http://i.imgur.com/cSODaOy.png

    Can you help me what is this type of post?

    Thanks
     
  2. remon24

    remon24 Power Member

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    It is normal share buddy its the url they shared and FB fetched the snippet of the page
     
  3. pulkitseo

    pulkitseo Senior Member

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    well whats wrong if he posts your website on his page ?
    isn't it free promotion ?
     
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  5. santiago22

    santiago22 Regular Member

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    No i am not getting worried. But i dont know this type of post. Because i cant see long description. When i post normally my website i have long description and bigger thumbnails, and i dont know how i can post like this.
     
  6. lord1027

    lord1027 Elite Member

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    You can set custom thumbnails and descriptions when posting. Just wait for the image/description to generate on facebook after you write the link, then double click the description to edit it. Also, there's a text button (Upload Image) when you write a link, so you can set your own thumbnail on facebook if you don't want to use the og:image one.
     
  7. santiago22

    santiago22 Regular Member

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    Lord i really know that. But if you look on picture that i post, you can see vertical line on left side. This post is not normal post as share from website.