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Social Media Dimension Bible: Ensure Your Images Are Optimised, Today

If you are not following social media image guidelines you could be significantly harming your business’ social presence. A lot can be interpreted from an ill-fitting image- unprofessionalism? Untrustworthy? Not legit? Although it may sound extreme, unconsciously many people will assume one of the following, therefore you could have just potentially lost a sale… not good.

 

Facebook

 

Cover image: 820 x 312 (minimum 400 x 150)
Profile image: ≥180 x 180
Shared post image: 1200 x 630
Shared link preview image: 1200 x 628
Event image: 1920 x 1080

 

 

Twitter

 

Header image: 1500 x 500 | maximum 5 MB
Profile image: 400 x 400 | maximum 2 MB
In-stream image: 440 x 220

 

 

Instagram

 

Profile image: 110 x 110
Image thumbnail: 161 x 161
Shared photos: 1080 x 1080
Shared videos: 1080 pixels wide
Instagram Stories: 1080 x 1920 (minimum 600 x 1067) | maximum 4 GB

 

 

LinkedIn

 

Banner image: 1584 x 396 | maximum 4 MB
Profile image: 400 x 400 (minimum 200 x 200) | maximum 10 MB
Company Cover image: 1536 x 768
Shared image: 350 pixels wide
Shared link preview: 180 x 110
Company logo image: 300 x 300 | maximum 4 MB
Company cover image: 1536 x 768 (minimum 1192 x 220) | maximum 4 MB
Company page banner image: 646 x 220 | maximum 2 MB
Square logo (appears in company searches): 60 x 60 | maximum 2 MB

 

 

Pinterest

 

Profile image: 165 x 165 | maximum 10 MB
Board cover image: 222 x 150 (minimum 55 x 55)
Pinned image preview: 236 pixels wide

 

 

YouTube

 

Channel cover images: 2560 x 1440 | maximum 4 MB
Channel icon: 800 x 800
Video thumbnail: 1280 x 720

 

 

Snapchat

 

Geofilters, ads, and lenses: 1080 x 1920

 

 

If you would like to know more about Social Media image sizes, or would like help to create these, please do not hesitate to contact us- Give us a call on 01702 410663 or email us at info@07heavendesign.co.uk today.

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