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Social Media Image Sizes and Dimensions [Infographic]

By Eric Miltsch on Oct 1, 2013

 

Updating social media profile avatars, backgrounds and images is a basic necessity of managing either your personal or professional brand. Unfortunately it’s also the biggest pain; just when you think you’re all set, another social platform changes their design and your images simply don’t fit the new layout. (Yes, this applies to you, the OCD reader)

So, hopefully this nice infographic will keep you looking good. The helpful folks over at Raidious (Go figure, they help build brands) covers all the bases for you with the latest sizes and dimensions for Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn & YouTube channels. Why these channels? That’s all you really need to help with your objectives and also keep it manageable.

Now go check your images and get something cool and unique in place.

 

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Comments

Great resource. Right click, save as.. Thanks Eric!

Oct 3, 2013

Cool - hope it helps Grant. I always dreaded editing this stuff when things changed.

Oct 3, 2013

Perfect timing!. Redoing the profile graphics for ALL of my stores is on this month's project list. Thanks.

Oct 7, 2013

Solid post thanks

Oct 10, 2013

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