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To make your social media posts stand out, you need to have an attractive and attention-grabbing image to go along with it. In this support article, we will guide you through the process of uploading a Social Media OG Image on your ZooTools account.
Before we dive into the steps, let's first understand what a Social Media OG Image is. It's the image that appears when you share a link to your website or blog on social media. OG stands for "Open Graph," which is the protocol used by Facebook and other social media platforms to understand and display your content.
To upload a Social Media OG Image, you need to access the form settings of the page or post that you want to share. This process may vary depending on the platform you are using, but most website builders and content management systems have a dedicated section for form settings.
Once you have accessed the form settings, you will see fields where you can customize the title, description, and image for your social media post. You can enter the title and description that you want to appear with your post. Make sure that they are compelling and accurately represent your content.
For the image, you will need to upload an image that meets the specifications for the social media platform you are using.
For example, Facebook recommends using an image that is at least 1200 x 630 pixels, while Twitter recommends using an image that is at least 1024 x 512 pixels.
When uploading the image, make sure that it is in a supported format such as JPG, PNG, or GIF. You can also add alt text to the image to provide a description for users who use screen readers or have slow internet connections.
Once you have customized the title, description, and image, it's essential to preview your social media post to ensure that it looks as you intended. We've built a feature that lets you see how your post will look on social media.
Make sure that the image is displaying correctly and that the title and description accurately represent your content. If everything looks good, you can go ahead and publish your post on social media.
Uploading a Social Media OG Image may seem like a small task, but it can have a significant impact on the visibility and engagement of your social media posts. By following the steps outlined in this support article, you can customize your social media post and make it stand out from the rest. If you encounter any issues or have any further questions, don't hesitate to reach out to our customer support team for assistance.