Whether it is for a business or a brand or a personal profile, there is a growing need to stay active on social media sites.
The need for strong social media presence has soared in 2016 and will only increase in prominence in 2017. This is why you really need to keep up to speed with your business / brand / personal profiles, and to optimize them with the right images to represent you! This 2017 Social Media Image Sizes Cheat Sheet by Jamie Spencer will be useful if you like to roll your own graphics. Also this graphic displays specific dimensions and we have also added some very quick tips and insights to help you make your mind up on what photo to use on what social media platform.
“The 2017 Social Media Image Sizes Guide” that tells you the best image sizes for each social network and image types; and to make certain that you’re up-to-date with social media platform optimization. This graphic will be constantly updated, so if the networks change their formats, the original infographic, from the link below will be updated.
Not only does the author list the specific dimensions, he’s also added some very quick tips and insights to help you decide what photo to use in what platform.
Along with the mobile revolution, the demand for social networking has probably taken the world by storm!
Social Media Image Sizes Cheat Sheet 2017
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