You might not be seeing the Facebook link preview you want because the info has been cached by Facebook. (Facebook saves the info from URLs and pages that have already been shared, for better performance.) So you just may need to force Facebook to clear the cache.
Make sure the first pull-down menu says Share On A Page You Manage. If it doesn’t, click on the arrow and select this option. Next, make sure the second pull-down menu directly below displays your Page (especially if you manage more than one). … Change the third pull-down menu to the right so you are Posting As yourself.
For your business page URL, click on the gear symbol at the top-right of your window -in the top blue banner and select your business page under “Use Facebook as”. The URL will then be in the address bar of your browser.
A broken link is quite simply a link on a web site that no longer works because the website is experiencing one or more of the following issues: … An invalid URL has been entered for the link by the web page owner. The linked web page has been removed from the web site.
To share a link from your Page:
- In the top left of Facebook, tap your profile picture.
- Tap Pages.
- Go to your Page and tap Publish.
- Add the link you want to share.
- Tap Post.
From your business page, click your profile icon under your profile and banner image. Select your personal page. Scroll down to find the post you want to share, and click Share.
The most common, self-inflicted, causes of broken links are: Renaming or moving a webpage and forgetting to change your internal links. Linking to content (PDFs, videos, etc.) that has been moved or deleted.
There are 4 ways to fix broken internal links:
- Is It A Typo? One common cause of broken internal links is typos. …
- Make the Page Real Again. This is the best solution for fixing broken links in terms of SEO, especially if the missing page has backlinks pointing to it. …
- Redirects. …
- Delete the Broken Link.
what are broken links? A broken link is a link to a webpage that doesn’t work. … Links may be broken for a variety of reasons, including the URL being mistyped, the webpage no longer being online, the page’s URL having changed, or the linked page having restricted access (such as by being behind a password or firewall).