Google last week launched a new social media service called Shoelace on its Area 120 experimental projects platform. Shoelace aims to keep users “in…
Even if social media takes up a large portion of your daily work activities, it can be difficult to keep up with the different image sizes used by the various social networks. Thing is, if you don’t get those image sizes right, the results can be pretty damn awful.
After all, the visual face of your brand is often the first thing your audience sees and it might be the one thing they remember. You can’t cut and paste an image and reuse it across all of your social networks.
In a bid to help ensure that you’re up to date on all the guidelines as they stand at the beginning of 2015, Jamie Spencer from setupablogtoday.com has put together an infographic detailing the exact dimensions you should be using for the major social networks, as well as a few quick tips to help you decide which photo best fits each position.