How to clear Twitter and Facebook cache

How to clear Twitter and Facebook cache
Webmaster tools: We have probably all been there. You publish a blog post, post it to social media, and then you realize there is a grammar or spelling mistake. Or perhaps you need to update the picture. Here is how to fix it.

Follow the directions below on how to clear Twitter or Facebook cache in one easy step. You can then get back to reposting it.


Head over to the Twitter Card Validator tool and insert the URL of the blog post. Then hit “Preview card.” This actually clears the cache on the Twitter side.

You will find the Twitter Card Validator tool here (opens in a new window).


To clear the Facebook cache you need to use the Facebook Sharing Debugger. Insert the URL of the blog post. Then hit “Debug.” Facebook will now show you how the post currently looks. To clear the cache and fix the error, simply hit "Scrape Again". This gives you a new view of the post and you can now repost it to Facebook - error free.

You will find the Facebook Sharing Debugger here (opens in a new window).

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