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You are most likely suffering from the Virtual Bagel (most recently named the Facebook Ads fraud). I had noticed results like the ones you report before and never actually looked too much at it because I've never invested too much in FB Ads, until most recently after I did a campaign to increase the likes on one of my pages, the Followers grew and the ...


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Facebook in general doesn't like to send users out of it, that's why it makes it difficult for the users to leave. I've had that problem in the past, then stopped, then had it again, there seems to be no reason for this. I think Facebook handles the same links differently. For example sharing a link inside a group is not the same as sharing it on a wall or ...


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You can either edit your image, like bybe says, or you can tell Facebook and Google Plus which image to use by using the Open Graph Protocol. If you create a new image and add it to the meta property="og:image"-tag, they should use that image when people share one of your pages. If you use this, you won't run the risk of Facebook or Google using the wrong ...


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PNG Transparency This is happening because your logo is a transparent PNG file which is normally fine but because your logo is white it will clash with Google Plus as they use a white background. A simple fix to this solution is to edit your PNG file and give it a solid background color the same of your elements on the website, in this case a background of ...


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Facebook has a content sharing best practices guide. It says: og:image – This is an image associated with your media. We suggest that you use an image of at least 1200x630 pixels. If you make your image as big as they suggest it shows up as the larger size. Smaller images show up as thumbnails. Here is an article that suggests using 1200x1200 square ...


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I don't have a Facebook account. If Facebook Connect is the only option, as it is for the comments section on The Huffington Post and as it once was for Answers.com and Spotify and Zynga's games, I'll leave and not come back. And there are many other web users like me in this respect. Some are paranoid about Facebook's privacy practices, while others just ...


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From my experience, a single Facebook conversion tracking pixel works fine to measure the performance of multiple ads. In case you don't trust this answer, feel free to create a conversion pixel for each ad. Don't forget to connect the pixel to the ad. When you are using for instance Google Tag Manager, it's easy to add/remove conversion pixels


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Facebook uses OpenGraph to determine what the page is about if those details are blank it will harvest other elements of the page. So if you want custom descriptions and images used then ensure that whatever page is being linked has the following code in the <head></head>. For example: <meta property="og:locale" content="en_GB" /> ...


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This is a way old question but it just popped up in stream. Here is my observation on how this seems to work. PR is either made from thin air, passed to you from another site, or both. In the case of standard followed backlinks, they generate tiny PR then pass bigger PR. In the case of nofollow backlinks, they generate tiny PR but pass no extra PR. I ...



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