Open Graph

Open Graph tags are arguably the most important tags to implement on your site. These tags are used by Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ for enhancing any shared content, which means that adding just a few tags to your site can help you to control your presence and branding on these social networks.

Open Graph Title

Open Graph Title tags are one of the 3 most important tags to use on your site for Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn social sharing. The title tag is what determines the title for any social posts made for the URL.

Open Graph Description

The Open Graph Description tag is one of the 3 most important tags to use on your site because it's used directly by Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn for representing your content in their social networks.

Open Graph Image

Open Graph Image tags are one of the 3 most important tags to use on your site because the three major social networks Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn all use these tags when your content is shared.

Open Graph Site Name

Open Graph Site Name tags can increase your branding as your site name may be included in posts.

Open Graph URL

Open Graph URL tags serve as a unique identifier for your post. For some social networks, it is important to set in order to aggregate likes and shares for the URL.

Open Graph Type

Open Graph Type tags are useful to indicate what type of content you are sharing. Social networks may display content differently based on the type of media. Additionally, each type of content may have additional fields that are available to use to describe your content.

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