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href is a means to add your site or page as a link to the code. It is generally put in a format with an open and closed <a> tag as follows: <a href="">Your Web or Facebook page</a> This code will help link your likes, but needs the href link to know what it is linking. So, removing the href is not the answer - and this code alone is not ...


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You're confusing likes on the page you set up with URL likes. Whilst many of these tools don't work correctly, it is in actual fact not the correct answer here. The Quick Sprout tool you're using shows you FB Likes and FB Shares for the URL you're analysing. This has nothing to do with how many likes your FB page has. As you can see from Facebook's API ...


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I assume that there are some standards for each social media site since these are trademarks, however, as long as you are not changing the trademark but rather the look and feel of the image itself, I am sure you would be okay. You may want to check each one (social media site) to see what parameters exist if any and stay within these boundaries. Otherwise, ...


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The Open Graph protocol is used by Facebook to understand information about a webpage. As for why you need to implement the OG meta tags it's because that is what Facebook looks at on your page in order to display details about a web page a user likes on Facebook. You can read more details about the Open Graph protocol here ...


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One of my sites has all the canonical URLs pointing to the HTTP site, but the Facebook app available over HTTPS. This appears to cause no problems for Facebook.


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I can't answer all of your questions but I'll take a stab at some of them: As far as I know (and from what I've read), you can not disable likes, shares or comments on Facebook posts (or advertisements, for that matter). Facebook charges for non-website-related clicks (likes, shares, etc) because they give your advert more exposure (leading to organic ...


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According to StackOverflow it is not possible to remove your app from the Facebook search results. It appears that the best that you can do is set configure the app properly, but make it redirect when a user lands on it.



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