Setting the Object Types for Facebook

When you or your visitors share your content on Facebook, the appearance of the Facebook post will depend on the object type that’s been set.

For example, a product may be displayed with additional information that you wouldn’t find in a blog post.

You can use Object Types to tell Facebook, and other social media networks, what type your content is.

Setting the Default Object Types for Facebook

To set the default Object Types for your content, click on Social Networks in the All in One SEO menu and then click on the Facebook tab.

In the General Facebook Settings section, you should see the Default Post Type Object Types and Default Taxonomy Object Types settings.

You can use the drop downs in the Default Post Type Object Types setting to choose the most appropriate type for each of your Post Types.

You can use the drop downs in the Default Taxonomy Object Types setting to choose the most appropriate type for each of your Taxonomies.

When you or your visitors share your content on Facebook, the appearance of the Facebook post will depend on the object type that's been set.

For example, a product may be displayed with additional information that you wouldn't find in a blog post.

You can use Object Types to tell Facebook, and other social media networks, what type your content is.

Setting the Default Object Types for Facebook

To set the default Object Types for your content, click on Social Meta in the All in One SEO menu and then scroll down to the Facebook Settings section.

You should see a set of drop downs for the Object Type settings. You can use these drop downs to choose the most appropriate type for each of your Post Types.