Websites without social meta data won’t get shared on social media, it’s just too much to ask someone to click on a random mystery link. So if you’re looking for my #1 tip for getting your content shared on social media – Here you go!
In case you don’t know what social meta data is, in the image below I have the same article shared on Facebook before and after adding social meta data.
I’ve created a quick tutorial on how you can add social meta data to your WordPress website. I’m planning on creating more tutorials on how to fully optimize your website for social media, so be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel or mailing list if you’ve found this tutorial useful.
All in One SEO Plugin
All in One SEO Download Link: wordpress.org/plugins/all-in-one-seo-pack
How to get your Facebook Admin Id and Facebook App ID
Please note you can only link your website to a public, Facebook Page, you can’t link the website to a group or a profile. In order to get the App ID, you will need to have full access to the Facebook Page associated with the website.
Facebook Admin ID: findmyfbid.com
Facebook App ID: developers.facebook.com/apps
Facebook Debugger Tool: developers.facebook.com/tools/debug
Twitter Card Debugger: cards-dev.twitter.com/validator
Pinterest Rich Pin Debugger: developers.pinterest.com/tools/url-debugger
Pinterest Rich Pin Plugins
Recipe Plugin-Yummly Rich Recipes: wordpress.org/plugins/yummly-rich-recipes
Product Rich Pins: wordpress.org/plugins/wpseo-pinterest-rich-pins-for-woocommerce
For those of you who came here after seeing my presentation at the Boulder WordPress Meetup – HELLO! I’m excited you made it here. If you have any more questions, please feel free to ask me on your favorite social media channel. I’m looking forward to the next meeting.
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