About SKeighley
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Welcome to my profile. Hi, my name is Simon, I live in Bradford, the sunny side of the UK. Happily married to Tracy, we love walking,

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Social Engagement & Marketing

Can anybody please help me display large images on Twitter's tablet App when sharing links via my website?

I can display large Facebook images on my desktop Facebook page

Hi Simon, this solution is if you have All In One SEO installed.

Go to your WordPress Dashboard.
Go to All In One SEO > Social Meta
Scroll down to Twitter Settings
For Default Twitter Card - Select Summary Large Image
Enter Twitter UserName
Enter Domain Name
Remember to Update Options.

If you are not using AIOSEO, I believe other SEO plugins will have the same functions, you just need to go through the Social Media settings to find it.

May everything you do succeed & prosper! :)

Hi Timotheus, thank you for helping.
I have checked my Twitter settings within the SEO plugin like you suggest and everything is filled in just like your image.

When I view Twitter via my desktop, my image presents large and contains a title and description below - perfect.

However, when I view the same link via the Twitter App on my tablet, the image is small, positions on the left and contains my title & description to the right.

How do your images appear on a tablet via the Twitter App Timotheus?
I would love to have large images appear on both the desktop & App but I'm wondering whether this is possible.

Thanks again for your time & help Timotheus,
Simon.

Hi Simon,

When I share a new blog post on Twitter, the image that appears is the large image (see attached pic). It appears large on both desktop and on my mobile phone.

It should appear the same on a tablet (both mobile and tablet are responsive displays).

I did notice for some time (in the past), Twitter displayed my tweeted posts with the small image + summary of post. But now it displays large image.

There is very little else to 'force' Twitter to display the large image as wanted. The only other way is programming and that is manual which takes up a lot of time.

Sorry, but it looks like it is up to Twitter. (though hopefully, like my account, your posts will start to display large image, so keep the AIOSEO setting)

Thanks for your info Timotheus, I will keep the AIOSEO setting as I initially filled it in.
Hopefully as time goes by and I keep posting links, they will appear larger on Twitter's tablet App.

All the best & thanks again for your help,
Simon.

You're welcome Simon.
All the best to you too :)

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How do I display large images on the twitter app?

How do I display large images on the twitter app?

asked in
Social Engagement & Marketing

Can anybody please help me display large images on Twitter's tablet App when sharing links via my website?

I can display large Facebook images on my desktop Facebook page

Hi Simon, this solution is if you have All In One SEO installed.

Go to your WordPress Dashboard.
Go to All In One SEO > Social Meta
Scroll down to Twitter Settings
For Default Twitter Card - Select Summary Large Image
Enter Twitter UserName
Enter Domain Name
Remember to Update Options.

If you are not using AIOSEO, I believe other SEO plugins will have the same functions, you just need to go through the Social Media settings to find it.

May everything you do succeed & prosper! :)

Hi Timotheus, thank you for helping.
I have checked my Twitter settings within the SEO plugin like you suggest and everything is filled in just like your image.

When I view Twitter via my desktop, my image presents large and contains a title and description below - perfect.

However, when I view the same link via the Twitter App on my tablet, the image is small, positions on the left and contains my title & description to the right.

How do your images appear on a tablet via the Twitter App Timotheus?
I would love to have large images appear on both the desktop & App but I'm wondering whether this is possible.

Thanks again for your time & help Timotheus,
Simon.

Hi Simon,

When I share a new blog post on Twitter, the image that appears is the large image (see attached pic). It appears large on both desktop and on my mobile phone.

It should appear the same on a tablet (both mobile and tablet are responsive displays).

I did notice for some time (in the past), Twitter displayed my tweeted posts with the small image + summary of post. But now it displays large image.

There is very little else to 'force' Twitter to display the large image as wanted. The only other way is programming and that is manual which takes up a lot of time.

Sorry, but it looks like it is up to Twitter. (though hopefully, like my account, your posts will start to display large image, so keep the AIOSEO setting)

Thanks for your info Timotheus, I will keep the AIOSEO setting as I initially filled it in.
Hopefully as time goes by and I keep posting links, they will appear larger on Twitter's tablet App.

All the best & thanks again for your help,
Simon.

You're welcome Simon.
All the best to you too :)

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Search Engine Optimization

I've checked Jaaxy and I can't find the competition tab for videos anywhere.

Thanks for your time,

Simon

hmm, not sure. if not, a quick workaround is to use an allintitle or allinurl search. for videos youd go to youtube and type in: allintitle: some keyword it'll return an approximation of what jaaxy does. not as thorough as jaaxy but good if youre stuck

Hi Kyle,
Sounds like they have stopped this. I wonder why?
Thanks for your advice,
I appreciate your time,
Simon.

Hi Mel,
Yeah that's what I was thinking.
I've spent ages looking round it today after watching the video but nowhere to be seen.
Thanks for your time,
Simon.

There doesn't appear to be one there any longer.

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Does jaaxy still have the tab to check video competition?

Does jaaxy still have the tab to check video competition?

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Search Engine Optimization

I've checked Jaaxy and I can't find the competition tab for videos anywhere.

Thanks for your time,

Simon

hmm, not sure. if not, a quick workaround is to use an allintitle or allinurl search. for videos youd go to youtube and type in: allintitle: some keyword it'll return an approximation of what jaaxy does. not as thorough as jaaxy but good if youre stuck

Hi Kyle,
Sounds like they have stopped this. I wonder why?
Thanks for your advice,
I appreciate your time,
Simon.

Hi Mel,
Yeah that's what I was thinking.
I've spent ages looking round it today after watching the video but nowhere to be seen.
Thanks for your time,
Simon.

There doesn't appear to be one there any longer.

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Can the helpful community here at Wealthy Affiliate help my visitors?

How long does it take to earn revenue, affiliate marketing?

I keep getting this question ask

There is a training here with some graphs and useful info!

initial earnings: 2-3 months. consistent/stable income, 6 months.

Hi Kyle,
Thanks for taking your time to answer.
I think this will give visitors an indication that 6 months with dedication can start seeing results.
Thanks again,
Simon.

Yeah, it took me 3 months to make my first dime online. The thing is that the first few months are the foundation building months, to build a skyscraper of a business, this initial foundation is very important.

I do recommend folks give themselves a year. It is a blip in time and flies by before you know it. An incredible amount can be accomplished in one year online, much more than in the offline world (business) which usually ends up in great deal of debt.

Build a business online is far more cost efficient, it's actually a brilliant space to work within endless opportunities if you are willing to work for them. ;)

Hi Kyle,
Thanks for your input and time.
Yeah, the foundations - your website is the essential part of your business and this does take time to build out correctly.
Then it's a case of producing your posts to embed your establishment on the web.
It is incredible how time flies when you're enjoying yourself.
Thanks again,
Simon.

This is such a difficult question to answer lol. For me, my website "technically" started earning money by month 2. However, those earnings were small enough that they didn't meet the minimum payout for any program that I was working with. After about 7 months, I finally got my first payout from Amazon.

Hi Kiersten,
Thanks for taking the time to help my visitors.
I receive this question so many times I thought I'd share our community feedback with my visitors.
Yeah, from what I generally find with feedback from other members is 6 months+.
It's like Glen says, it's all about how much dedication you are willing to put in place.
Thanks for your help,
Simon.

It depends on how hard they work and how effective their work habits are.

Hi Glen,
Thanks for answering.
This job is down to how much we commit, Answers from members will give a better understanding.
Thanks, Simon.

It varies upon the individual, their degree of skill in the various aspects of creating a blog, their understanding of both traffic generation and conversion, etc., etc. I would say at minimum (conservatively), six months. Some people will devote more or less time, have greater copywriting skills, etc. and will achieve success more quickly. But I don't think anyone should think that they're going to start earning revenue in a few weeks. Again, this is just my .02, your mileage may vary.

Hi Mel,
Thanks for taking your time.
I couldn't put it any better myself.
I think the question is better being answered by the community to help them get an overall idea.
Thanks again,
Simon.

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How long does it take to earn revenue, affiliate marketing?

How long does it take to earn revenue, affiliate marketing?

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WA Affiliate Program

Can the helpful community here at Wealthy Affiliate help my visitors?

How long does it take to earn revenue, affiliate marketing?

I keep getting this question ask

There is a training here with some graphs and useful info!

initial earnings: 2-3 months. consistent/stable income, 6 months.

Hi Kyle,
Thanks for taking your time to answer.
I think this will give visitors an indication that 6 months with dedication can start seeing results.
Thanks again,
Simon.

Yeah, it took me 3 months to make my first dime online. The thing is that the first few months are the foundation building months, to build a skyscraper of a business, this initial foundation is very important.

I do recommend folks give themselves a year. It is a blip in time and flies by before you know it. An incredible amount can be accomplished in one year online, much more than in the offline world (business) which usually ends up in great deal of debt.

Build a business online is far more cost efficient, it's actually a brilliant space to work within endless opportunities if you are willing to work for them. ;)

Hi Kyle,
Thanks for your input and time.
Yeah, the foundations - your website is the essential part of your business and this does take time to build out correctly.
Then it's a case of producing your posts to embed your establishment on the web.
It is incredible how time flies when you're enjoying yourself.
Thanks again,
Simon.

This is such a difficult question to answer lol. For me, my website "technically" started earning money by month 2. However, those earnings were small enough that they didn't meet the minimum payout for any program that I was working with. After about 7 months, I finally got my first payout from Amazon.

Hi Kiersten,
Thanks for taking the time to help my visitors.
I receive this question so many times I thought I'd share our community feedback with my visitors.
Yeah, from what I generally find with feedback from other members is 6 months+.
It's like Glen says, it's all about how much dedication you are willing to put in place.
Thanks for your help,
Simon.

It depends on how hard they work and how effective their work habits are.

Hi Glen,
Thanks for answering.
This job is down to how much we commit, Answers from members will give a better understanding.
Thanks, Simon.

It varies upon the individual, their degree of skill in the various aspects of creating a blog, their understanding of both traffic generation and conversion, etc., etc. I would say at minimum (conservatively), six months. Some people will devote more or less time, have greater copywriting skills, etc. and will achieve success more quickly. But I don't think anyone should think that they're going to start earning revenue in a few weeks. Again, this is just my .02, your mileage may vary.

Hi Mel,
Thanks for taking your time.
I couldn't put it any better myself.
I think the question is better being answered by the community to help them get an overall idea.
Thanks again,
Simon.

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Yesterday I reviewed a website which has been disapproved today for this reason "The comment is about my website feedback and is not engaging with the post that I have wrote"

Featured Comment

When you are using the SiteComments platform, your goal is to add to the dialogue of the content and to be highly relevant to the content within the post.

If the post is about "how to lose weight fast online", then your comment should be about this exact topic. Ask a question, offer insight into your experiences within the topic, etc. You ARE NOT critiquing a website, you are not commenting on how you like the layout and you are do not want to comment things like "Great post" as it offers no value.

Here is some training on how the SiteComments platform works: You should watch this before you make another comment as it will offer you a good deal of perspective here.

Yeah, Thanks Kyle. I've totally mis understood this part.
I will go watch this again.
Thanks,
Simon.

Hi Kyle,
Now I understand. I had never seen this video before, I can't understand how I've missed this as I've gone through the training step by step.
I now understand how powerful this system can be for all of us, you've done a great job here.
I feel a bit embarrassed commenting on their websites but it's too late now. I'll start again tomorrow.
Thanks so much for your help.
Simon.

He is saying the comment should have regarded his post. Bull! You can comment as you like on his post or site. But he can just remove it without comment if he feels like it. He was actually being polite. lol John

Thanks TJ,
Yeah - I've miss understood this part - ha!!
Simon

Comments are supposed to be genuine comments about what the content is writing about, NOT feedback. Comments are seen by the public so you don't want to be criticizing the site, instead you want to give comments about the article as you would if you visited any other site as a genuine user.

The Feedback section is where you provide feedback on the site itself and how to improve it.

People often get these two confused.

Thanks Yakitori,
I genuinely thought I had to give feedback regarding how their site displayed.
Thanks for your answer, I have got this wrong.
Simon.

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Earning credits with comments - am I getting this right?

Earning credits with comments - am I getting this right?

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WA Affiliate Program

Yesterday I reviewed a website which has been disapproved today for this reason "The comment is about my website feedback and is not engaging with the post that I have wrote"

Featured Comment

When you are using the SiteComments platform, your goal is to add to the dialogue of the content and to be highly relevant to the content within the post.

If the post is about "how to lose weight fast online", then your comment should be about this exact topic. Ask a question, offer insight into your experiences within the topic, etc. You ARE NOT critiquing a website, you are not commenting on how you like the layout and you are do not want to comment things like "Great post" as it offers no value.

Here is some training on how the SiteComments platform works: You should watch this before you make another comment as it will offer you a good deal of perspective here.

Yeah, Thanks Kyle. I've totally mis understood this part.
I will go watch this again.
Thanks,
Simon.

Hi Kyle,
Now I understand. I had never seen this video before, I can't understand how I've missed this as I've gone through the training step by step.
I now understand how powerful this system can be for all of us, you've done a great job here.
I feel a bit embarrassed commenting on their websites but it's too late now. I'll start again tomorrow.
Thanks so much for your help.
Simon.

He is saying the comment should have regarded his post. Bull! You can comment as you like on his post or site. But he can just remove it without comment if he feels like it. He was actually being polite. lol John

Thanks TJ,
Yeah - I've miss understood this part - ha!!
Simon

Comments are supposed to be genuine comments about what the content is writing about, NOT feedback. Comments are seen by the public so you don't want to be criticizing the site, instead you want to give comments about the article as you would if you visited any other site as a genuine user.

The Feedback section is where you provide feedback on the site itself and how to improve it.

People often get these two confused.

Thanks Yakitori,
I genuinely thought I had to give feedback regarding how their site displayed.
Thanks for your answer, I have got this wrong.
Simon.

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