To inform Google about your social profiles, you can enter their URLs. For each, pick the main account associated with your site and enter them in the correct field. To be sure you’re doing things right, there is a simple validation on all of these fields. Your account will not be checked though, only the format of the URL and it’s domain (alongside where the username/user ID string should be).
Facebook & Pinterest
Open Graph meta data
These social media both use open graph meta data. You can choose to enable/disable this functionality.
Open Graph Default image
This image is used if the page being shared does not contain an Open Graph Image (this can be configured in the SEO section of a single page).
Facebook Insights and Admins
To be able to access Facebook Insights for your site, you need to specify a Facebook Admin. This can be a user. If you have an app for your site, you could use that as well. To add multiple, separate the id's by a comma without spaces.
Facebook App ID
Your Facebook app will have a unique app ID. You will use this ID whenever you use one of our SDKs or Open Graph tags for sharing. You can find your app ID in your app's dashboard.
Twitter Card meta data
Twitter uses Twitter Card meta data. You can choose to enable/disable this functionality.
Default Card Type
Twitter uses card types. Set the default card type here. You can change the card type of a specific page in the SEO section of a single page.
Twitter Default image
This image is used if the page being shared does not contain a Twitter Card Image (this can be configured in the SEO section of a single page).
Devoda SEO sharing
You can also set social media share settings on a per page basis. Think of sharing for Facebook, Twitter and Google+.
Go to the SEO section of a single page and look for “Devoda SEO”. You will see icons of the social media channels next to the “Advanced” tab. You can enter a title, description and image for all of them. If no title and description is entered, it will use the page title and page description (if available). The image can default to the configured social media image, located here: Dashboard – SEO – Social. The Twitter tab has an extra field with “Twitter Card Type”, which makes it possible to define different card types per page. Useful if you’re showcasing an app on a page or want to have a bigger/smaller image for some page(s).