We have several landing pages created for people to sign up for our various newsletters. However, when we try to create landing pages for those sign-ups, they all have the same tagline ("Syracuse New Times: Sign Up to Stay in Touch" instead of "Syracuse New Times: Events Newsletter" and the like) when I share the links on social media.
I've tried changing the Form Title, the description, and the title when creating a custom short-link through bit.ly, as well as using the Facebook Debugger for the links, and nothing seems to be taking. This obviously gets very confusing for users.
Is there any way to change this, or do you only get one per account?
You were correct, all landing pages use the same page title, which is what shows on Facebook. Everything from your account will show the same information. There is only one workaround I can think of right now. If you were to host inline sign-up forms on your own webpage(s), you should be able to create your own page titles. This would also help drive more traffic towards your website, which can have it's own advantages. I'm also adding your account to the list of people requesting that we add this as a feature for our landing pages in the future.
If you have any other suggestions, of course feel free to let us know! We're always looking for ways of improving the system.
Aaron H Community & Social Media Support
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