When it comes to social media marketing, you have to put your best foot forward at all times. That means keeping up with an ever-changing “best practices” or a new set of rules that a platform springs on you at the exact moment you thought you had it all figured out. One of the first steps in optimizing your social channels is to make sure you have correctly sized images throughout the various platforms.
Perhaps you’ve noticed certain brands missing a cover photo, a blurry image as their profile photo or low-resolution images for thumbnails. Whatever the optimization issue may be, brands that have not taken the time to educate themselves on proper image sizing techniques are missing a huge opportunity in the social marketing space. Optimizing your social channels is quite simple when you have the right tools to guide you and it all starts with a stellar page that is easy on the eyes.
To help you get the most out of your social media profiles, we’ve created a valuable resource to download, print, save or bookmark for 24/7 viewing pleasure. Our Ultimate Social Media Sizing Guide will provide up-to-date correct image size recommendations across all channels including Facebook, Google Plus, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and YouTube. Our guide is PDF friendly as well as PSD compatible for designers. This guide will be constantly updated, so if the social networks change their sizing rules suddenly (and you know they will), we will already be 2 steps ahead.
Here’s a sneak peek for you:
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Once you get used to these best practices, you’ll immediately witness the major benefits that optimized pages have for brands including increased exposure, higher engagement and so much more. Keep a link to this comprehensive guide bookmarked on your browser for effortless reference as you update your social profiles and reap the benefits of optimized social marketing profiles that will make your brand stand out from the rest.
And remember, if you need some help figuring out social media best practices, we’re always here to help. You can contact us here.
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