It's great when threads/posts from your site get shared on facebook - but it's a little disconcerting when facebook chooses some other image on the shared page as the icon instead of your cool logo! I recently had this issue with my Linux news site (LinuxNews.co). Luckily you can easily mark your pages with an image tag which will tell facebook which image to use when linking to your site. Here's how I did it. Here's what I started with Facebook was grabbing the technorati.com image from the 'share this' section of the page... View attachment 65 Fix the problem by telling facebook where to grab your logo(s) To fix this, add a line like this within the <head> </head> tags on your site: HTML: <link rel=”image_src” href=”http://www.linuxnews.co/images/fb-logo.png” / > Some people put 3-5 links like that so facebook has some different ones to choose from. I just went with the one since I was too lazy to make up different logo files. So - yours may look like this: HTML: <link rel=”image_src” href=”http://www.linuxnews.co/images/fb-logo1.png” / > <link rel=”image_src” href=”http://www.linuxnews.co/images/fb-logo2.png” / > <link rel=”image_src” href=”http://www.linuxnews.co/images/fb-logo3.png” / > <link rel=”image_src” href=”http://www.linuxnews.co/images/fb-logo4.png” / > You're not finished yet You want to clear facebook's cache of your image now - otherwise you won't see the change probably for days. To do this, visit the facebook developer tools debugger page and paste in a URL to your site: Facebook URL Debugger You should see something like this after you input your URL: View attachment 66 Ok, so now you're done The next time someone shares a post from your site on facebook, it will have the correct image icon and you'll end up with better branding and recognition. Here's what we ended up with on our Linux news project: View attachment 67 Good luck - reply to this thread if this helped you out - or if you need help setting yours up! By the way, if you're into Linux.. like our Linux News Facebook page please!