Social Media Icons

Social media icons are graphic icons/buttons/images that link to a person or a company’s social media profile. For example, if you have a Twitter profile, you can link a social media icon on your website to your Twitter profile in order for users to easily find you on Twitter. There are options with some social […]

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Facebook Share Image

A Facebook share image is an informal way to refer to the image that Facebook will automatically display when you share your website’s content on Facebook in a status update. Here’s an example from PowerUp’s Facebook page: When we shared the link to that page on our website, Facebook automatically pulled that image. Facebook will […]

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Gravatar

Gravatar is a free online service that lets you set a “universal” profile image for yourself online. It will show up when a website has Gravatar enabled and when you post something using your email address associated with your Gravatar account. It automatically recognizes you and displays your profile image on the site with your […]

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Meta-Description

A meta-description is a brief description that describes your website to search engines like Google. This description accompanies the search result for your website. Here’s is what our meta-description looks like in Google as of December 2014: Also, by default social networking sites like Facebook will display your meta-description when you or anyone shares a […]

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