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Every time I add an image to share from the website to social when publishing a Blog article, the image cuts off at the top. 

I have tried to crop the image to various sizes as well as putting the focus marker at the top of the page, however I am always losing peoples faces.  I looks really bad and I can't seem to fix it.  An example is shown below.  How can I overcome this?

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Your sharing image should be 1200 x 630 pixels to avoid cropping. 

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If your page is already published you can try manually pasting the link into Facebook without publishing. 
 

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