10 Tips to Master Facebook Video Marketing
6 Apr 2021
30 Jul 2020
It's no secret that social media is one of the most powerful tools for increasing brand awareness, and visual content plays a crucial role in this. Using plain text isn't enough: to get your content noticed in the sea of other posts, you should spice it up with engaging visuals, or the so-called scroll stoppers.
There are many strategies and best practices you can use to craft the perfect visual. The starting point, however, should always be getting the resolutions right as they may vary per platform and even post type. An image size perfect for one platform may be cropped or look too small on another.
And while having to create several versions of the same visual may seem time-consuming, the final result is well worth it, and not only because of a more appealing look. Social media platforms favor optimized images, ensuring a wider reach. Not only will your visual look better, but more people will see it!
With that said, knowing the image sizes and recommended resolutions beforehand is essential to avoid additional work later. The good news is, we have done the research for you and collected the latest image size specifications for major social media channels in one place.
The infographic below was created as a social media guide to help you get the most out of your social efforts, and present your brand in the most visually appealing way possible. Let's check it out!
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In the ever-changing world of social media, keeping up with visual elements best practices can be hard without a cheat sheet, so we have decided to create one. Hopefully, this recommended image size guide will save you time and additional work next time you are creating a social media image. And remember - the quality of the visual elements is what determines whether your audience will be attracted to your post or will move forward to the next one.
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