said 1 year, 2 months ago:
I’m guessing your having the same issue with facebook, have you checked?
You need to add Open Graph meta tags to the head of your document. Since you’re using wordpress you can follow the instructions here:http://diythemes.com/thesis/rtfm/facebook-open-graph-meta-tags/ and add it to your theme’s function file so they are brought in with the wp_head() hook.
I usually add it to the document head (in wordpress it’s usually header.php) within a condition so that it brings in info dynamically depending on what page is rendered. If it’s a blog post you can use the post thumbnail for the image, but if it’s your hm, about, services or contact page you might want to hard code in a default image (like your logo) since “pages” don’t usually have a thumb associated with them.
I could go on about a few things, but I’m not sure if you’re familiar with the lingo or what I’m talking about.
Others may pipe up about an addon that will do all this for you. I try and use as few addons as possible so that there are fewer scripts loading, but if you’re not comfortable with the code it’s still a good option.