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Open Graph image example by Supercal

Simplify Your Meetings.


Open Graph image example by SEOBot

Fully autonomous "SEO Robot" with AI agents for Busy Founders.


Open Graph image example by ListingBott

Submit Website To Directories.


Open Graph image example by Paddle

The complete payments, tax, and subscriptions solution for SaaS.

daily dev

Open Graph image example by daily dev

A professional network for developers to learn, collaborate and grow together.


Open Graph image example by Lyft

Rideshare with Lyft. Your friend with a car whenever you need one.

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DesignBro Business Logo Maker

Open Graph image example by DesignBro Business Logo Maker

Make stunning and beautiful logos for your business with DesignBro's online logo maker.


Open Graph image example by kiwihr

HR software for small and medium-sized businesses. Digitise your processes and level up your employee management.


Open Graph image example by Entera

Empowering single family investors to buy, sell and operate their real estate investments seamlessly.


Open Graph image example by AnnounceKit

An announcement app with extra features.


Open Graph image example by bitwiseinvestments

Crypto Index Fund & ETF Provider.

Narrative BI

Open Graph image example by Narrative BI

An augmented analytics platform for growth teams that automatically generates data insights in natural language.


Open Graph image example by Featurebase

Collect, organize, and analyze product feedback in one place to make better product decisions.


Open Graph image example by CashNotify

Easiest way to monitor Stripe and PayPal payments. Get real-time notifications for new sales and failed payments.


Open Graph image example by Intercom

Faster resolutions, higher CSAT, and lighter support volumes with the only platform to combine the power of automation and human customer support.


Open Graph image example by Toucan

Learn a new language just by browsing the internet.


Open Graph image example by Growthmentor

The world's only startup mentorship platform offering unlimited 1:1 video calls with 700+ mentors for a single flat-rate subscription.


Open Graph image example by Twilio

Communication APIs for SMS, Voice, Video & Authentication.


Open Graph image example by Planzer

Plan your week ahead - lets you collect all your task tools and calendar events in one place to help you plan a more productive week.


Open Graph image example by Nightwatch

Get accurate keyword ranking reports and discover missed SEO opportunities to help you maximize your campaign performance.

Open Graph image example by

Enterprise-grade AI tools to help marketing teams achieve both speed and performance.

Open Graph image example by

Design together, in real-time with version control for Sketch.


Open Graph image example by Synthesia

Create professional videos without mics, cameras, or actors with AI Video Generator, AI avatars and voiceovers — in over 120 languages.

Frequently asked questions

Answers to the questions people often ask about the Open Graph protocol and Open Graph social cards.

What is Open Graph?
Open Graph is a protocol that allows web pages to become rich objects in a social graph. Essentially, it is a set of meta tags added to the HTML of a webpage that provides information about the content of the page, such as the title, type, URL, image, video, and site name.
How is the Open Graph protocol used?
The information specified in the Open Graph meta tags is used by social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest to display a preview of the webpage when it is shared on their platforms.
What is an Open Graph checker?
An Open Graph checker, or validator, is a tool that inspects your webpage to verify that the Open Graph tags are correctly implemented. It checks for the presence of necessary tags and whether they contain appropriate values that will effectively represent your content on social media platforms.
How to debug the Open Graph protocol?
To debug the Open Graph protocol, ensure correct OG tags are implemented, use validator tools like Facebook Sharing Debugger, Twitter Card Validator or our Open Graph tester to identify and fix errors, and clear social media caches to reflect changes.
What is the purpose of Open Graph images?
The purpose of Open Graph (OG) image is to provide a visual preview of the content being shared on social media platforms, enhancing engagement by giving users a quick understanding of what the linked page is about. Check out our OG image examples for inspiration.
What mediums support the Open Graph protocol?
The Open Graph protocol is supported by social media platforms, messaging apps, search engines, content aggregators and readers, email marketing tools, and bookmarking and content sharing services.
Where I can find Open Graph Image templates? is a valuable resource for anyone seeking inspiration for designing Open Graph image templates. The website showcases a variety of examples that demonstrate how effectively designed Open Graph images can enhance social media visibility and engagement.