If you share your website link in a text message, or on Facebook / Facebook Messenger, or some other similar means of communication or media, you might notice that they try to accompany your website link with an image being pulled from your site. This image may not be your preferred image for this situation. So, there is a way, with a relatively simple change, that you can tell Facebook (and others) exactly what to pull for the site's main image, by adding a snippet of code to your site.
Step 1: Copy & paste this code into the "Header HTML" section of your site's Site Details > Edit screen in your SiteSwan dashboard.
<meta property="og:image" content="https://imageurlgoeshere.com/image.png">
Note that the text above in bold is a placeholder - and you need to replace this with the actual URL of the image you want featured.
Step 2: Find the URL of the image you want to be used. Most likely, you've already got this image posted somewhere on your site. So in a new tab or browser window, load up your site, and you should be able to right-click on the image and use the "Copy Image Location" or similar option available to you (depending on the browser you're using).
Step 3: Go back into the code you added in the "Header HTML" section of your site and replace
Step 4: Scroll down and save your changes.