16
Jul 2015
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When you share a post of your Drupal site via Facebook, it will automatically detect the images of your node for you to choose. But sometimes, it does not detect any images, or the detected images are not what you want. How can you deal with that?

An easy method is uploading the main image manually. That's fine, because you are the owner of the site, you know which ones to choose. However, if your readers share that piece of content and it has an ugly image, it does not look attracting at all.

In this tutorial, we show you how to set meta data for your Drupal nodes so the correct images will be chosen, when you share them via Facebook.

How Facebook detects images

According to this thread by bkaid on Stack Overflow, Facebook relies...

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Oct 2009
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How to get more links to your site and raise its ranking

The truth is we always want our website to be more popular, and the fact is if there are more links to your site, it will get a higher rank by search engines. If you have good content, people may want to bookmark them, or share with others. It increases number of links to your sites. So your website ranks higher.

How to motivate visitors to bookmark your content? There are several issues that I want to address now.

As parts of website business, you spend alot of time to create contents that impress many readers. Suppose I read a very good article from your website and I say "Oh, that's great, I want to share it to my friends as well". I open my Facebook, and post it as a link to my Wall. I open my Twitter, and tweet it. But I also have three or f...