It is – in spite of appearances – a quite common situation.
You share a link to your website on Facebook in a hurry – and then you notice a typo in its title or description.
You quickly remove the post, fix the website and share again.
But – surprise – Facebook remembers (caches) the contents from your previous share – and the typo is still there.
That’s true – you can edit titles and descriptions when posting on Facebook. But if any other user shares your link, the old data will be back.
You could use a different URL when sharing – e.x. by adding some insignificant parameter to it. But Facebook will consider it a new website and will start counting “likes” from zero.
How to clear Facebook share cache?
There is one barerly known tool that comes in handy in such situations – Debugger. It enables you to see what Facebook sees a website like. And – by the way – it deletes the stored contents and makes Facebook read the website again.
Simply click here, paste your URL and submit.