How to Fix Your Post Previews on Twitter After You’ve Published Them

This guide does not encourage you to delete your tweets!

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So, let’s say you published a post and didn’t correctly set up your featured image for Twitter. But you only discover it after you’ve published the post and instead of seeing your beautiful picture, you see a dull preview with only your title and subtitle.

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Software Engineer and Blogger. He/Him. Contact me: oren@thegeekwriter.com

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Software Engineer and Blogger. He/Him. Contact me: oren@thegeekwriter.com

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