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Resource: An Exhaustive List of Social Media Page Dimensions [Infographic]

As I've said on many occasions, there are only a handful of social media websites that you need to focus on at your dealership. Despite claims that you need to be on dozens of them, the real ones that are making an impact today and in the near future are Facebook, Google+, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest with Instagram, Foursquare, Tumblr, and LinkedIn sitting comfortably in the mix without being essential. Thankfully, here's an infographic with all of the sizes that you need to know other than Tumblr (which has different size requirements depending on your theme) and Foursquare (which doesn't really need design work).

It comes to us from Tent Social. For those who do not like long graphics or want to print it out in chunks rather than one infographic, I broke it down into individual graphics on my site.

Here's what Tent Social put together:

Facebook Dimensions

  • Facebook Cover photo: 851 x 315
  • Facebook Profile photo: 180 x 180

Twitter Dimensions

  • Twitter Header image: 520 x 260
  • Twitter Profile image: 81 x 81

Google+ Dimensions [updated 05.15.13]

  • Google+ Cover photo: 2120 x 1192
  • Google+ Profile photo: 270 x 270

LinkedIN Dimensions

  • LinkedIN Cover photo: 646 x 220
  • LinkedIN Profile photo: 100 x 60

Pinterest Dimensions

  • Pinterest Profile Photo: 160 x 165

Instagram Dimensions

  • Instagram Profile Photo: 110 x 110

YouTube Dimensions [updated 05.15.13] 

  • YouTube Cover Art: 2560 x 1440 
  • YouTube Cover Art Safe Area: 1546 x 423

 

Here's the graphic itself:

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