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Using Publicize and Facebook and Twitter Article Exerpts Are Messed Up

  1. Our recent blog article link on "physician billionaires" is totally messed up on twitter.com/doctorcpr and facebook account for doctorcpr. Blog article was published through wordpress "publicize" plugin. Never had a problem with this before. All of a sudden, the article exerpt reads gibberish: "Normal O False False False EN-US X-None X-None....and on and on" What is this? How can I prevent this? This was a very important article and now it is published as gibberish on the facebook and twitter link boxes. This does not happen on my "linked in" link. When you click on the link itself, there is no problem reading the article from the blog. However, the blog exerpt/ snippit is complete gibberish! What can I do about this??? Please Help Quick before we lose all credibility.

    The blog I need help with is blog.doctorcpr.com.

  2. The blog you specified at blog.doctorcpr.com does not appear to be hosted at WordPress.com.

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  3. As supportbot has pointed out, your blog isn't hosted by wordpress, so you're in the wrong support forum. Head over to http://wordpress.org/support for assistance, since they can help you out, and we can't.

  4. I am having an issue. I changed my blog address in wordpress and updated all the info. however, everytime my blog posts a link to twitter, the link refres to the old address as such:

    ** Oblivion 2013 - Rant http://wp.me/p3sTqk-p

    if you click on this link it points to old address and says page not found. how do i correct that?

  5. @valerieromande
    I have answered you here > http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/publishing-to-facebook-and-twitter?replies=4#post-1246157 Return to that thread please and do not post into any more than a single thread about any single issue because doing that means your requests for help may fall between the cracks.

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