We have a landing page (ww2.domain.com/webinar) that has og meta tags such that when the LP URL is posted in Facebook, the image, title and description from the og tags is displayed. However, at the bottom of the post is a link to the landing page that displays as 'WW2.DOMAIN.COM'. Since the displayed name is not an actual page, we'd like to change the displayed name to 'WWW.DOMAIN.COM', but keep the link to ww2.domain.com/webinar. I've seen other Facebook posts where the URL at the bottom of the page is WWW.DOMAIN.COM, but the link is 'ww2.domain.com/...'. Does anyone know how to change the name of the link at the bottom of the Facebook post?
Sanford have you tried adding in the og:url tag:
<meta property="og:url" content="http://www.domain.com" />
This should force Facebook to use this url rather than the actual url.