How do I specify the image used by Facebook for shares and likes?

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Note: We want to provide a few common and useful snippets for your use, but our support department is not able to assist you with editing code. They can help you with code placement.

If you want to specify what image is used when someone shares/posts/likes your website on Facebook you can add this snippet of code to the tag:
<meta property="og:image" content="http://www.domain.com/image.jpg"/>
Make sure you have already uploaded your image and published it.
Your picture will look best if it is square and at least 600 pixels wide
You just need to change the URL in the code to the address of the published image you want to use. In Sitebuilder Plus, the header area to add the code is located under Page Settings in the Advanced Settings.
After you've added the code there and published you will need to run your website URL through the Facebook Debugger so they will crawl the site and make the update.

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Logo to appear when I post links to my site on Facebook.


When I post link to my site on Facebook, a different image appears each time. How can I make it so that our organization logo is the image which appears EVERY time?