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Social image size Cheat Sheet

 

Creating a foundation for your pages can be core to ensuring your brand maintains consistency online.  One of the easiest way’s to do that is to have images designed across one theme and use them on all of your business social media sites.

To make it as simple as possible, here are some of the more common sizes and imaged you will need to collate to ensure you have a great look and feel to your pages.

Facebook

Cover image size 851 pixels wide and 315 pixels high

Profile image size 160 pixels wide and 160 pixels high

Custom Photo Tab image sizes 112 pixels wide and 75 pixels high

Linkedin

Product and Service Images 100 x 80 pixels .PNG .JPG .GIF

Linkedin has some cool new features that allow you to link out from the images showcasing your products and services on your company page.  Think Free Banner Advertising

Up to 3 Banner images  640 x 220 pixels   

Google +

Cover image size  940 x 180 pixels

Profile image size 250 x 250 pixels

Twitter

Background image size 1600px wide x 1200px tall – left hand column 200px or maximum size 800K

Profile image size 128 x 128 Pixels

Header Image – 1200 c 600 Pixels

Keep in mind, each of the social platforms can change at what seems like a whim to us mere users, keep an eye on your page.  Once you set your images, just remember, they might me set, but they are only set in Jelly and will need tweaking and size adjustments from time to time.  Unfortunately – this portion of your branding is not a set and forget exercise.

And the plug – we have a team of designers who can help make this super easy for you, let us know if we can help.

www.socialface.com.au

 

 

 

 





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