2015 Social Media Image Sizes [INFOGRAPHIC]

social media image sizes

social media image sizesImages are an important component of any business’ social media marketing strategy. Adding an image to a blog article, Facebook or Twitter post can help reinforce the point you’re trying to convey. The best social media images are ones that drive engagement – likes, comments and shares – with your fans and followers. The more engagement, the better chance you have of turning those fans into customers.

The challenge with creating images for social media is that not all images are equal across the different social networking channels. You can’t just create one image and expect it to display properly on Facebook, Google+ or Twitter.

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How to Schedule Posts on Facebook Business Pages

Schedule posts on Facebook

Schedule posts on Facebook If you’re in need of a social media management tool, I believe Hootsuite is a great choice, since it’s affordable and easy to use. But if Facebook is your only social media platform, you don’t need a third party app. You can schedule posts on Facebook business pages, right from the timeline.

Facebook has had this availability for some time, but they recently introduced a new feature. Now you can see how your scheduled post will look on a mobile device in addition to the desktop. Follow the instructions below to start using Facebook’s scheduling feature.

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Which Social Media Platform is Right for Your Small Business [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Does your head swim when you think about social media marketing? If you’re a small business owner, and in particular, a solopreneur, I suspect it does. There are so many social networking sites available: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, Google+ and YouTube, and don’t forget about Vine! How can you be expected to maintain a presence on these sites and still run your business?

The short answer is, you can’t. Not well anyway! When I work with clients, I recommend that they focus on one social network first and master that one before starting a presence on another site. But not every business is suited for every social networking site.

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