We had a curious situation in the office. Someone from our team tried to share an article from econsultancy and we were massively confused when we saw the following:
Where’d the cool preview go? That just looks like we’re posting a link of the econsultancy homepage. Booooooring!
This is what sharing links in Linkedin should look like:
Isn’t that so much better and so much more attractive? You can see straight away the link is about the newest clothes on the Hengelo website. And the image is pretty emotive too and you might just end up clicking it…
It's definitely better than the econsultancy link we tried to share.
Turns out that the issue is with econsultancy’s webpage header. All they need to do is add some social media tags in their header. And then any of their web pages shared on social media will be beautiful.
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