When people arrive at your Facebook Page, where do you think they first look?
I'll give you some hints. It's a visual piece of content that sits at the top of your page.
Since it's one of the most noticeable parts of your page, it's crucial that you follow Facebook cover photo best practices.
Whether you're using Facebook to generate leads, close your next sale, or create a customer community, knowing how to make and optimize your cover photo is very important.
Make sure your cover photo will look fabulous from the get-go by making sure it's optimized for the right dimensions: 851 pixels wide and 315 pixels tall for desktop, 640 pixels wide by 360 pixels tall for mobile.
If you’ve ever struggled with Twitter header dimensions you’re not alone…
Even though Twitter has provided guidelines for their header photo size, it’s still ridiculously difficult to get the sizing just right. That’s because Twitter does this funny thing where they chop off part of your cover photo even if you follow the recommended guidelines.
In addition, you also need to worry about how your header photo scales across different screen resolutions.
Before we dive into some optimization tactics, let’s go over Twitter’s recommended guidelines for header images.
Your LinkedIn profile background photo is displayed at a 4:1 aspect ratio. LinkedIn recommends using photos that are 1584 pixels wide and 396 pixels tall.
(The minimum dimensions required by LinkedIn is 1192 pixels tall by 220 pixels wide.)
The ideal size for getting LinkedIn Cover image can be:
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