All photos are not created equal. Well, that’s not true. They may be created in equal ways, but they’re not displayed equally well across all social media platforms.
Take a look at that amazing vertical photo you just posted to your Instagram account. Now take a look at that same photo after uploading it to your Facebook business page? Not quite as amazing most likely. And if those two platforms—owned by the same people—don’t play well together, you can just imagine how disconnected the photo size and specs will be across other social mediums (Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr, YouTube, Google+, etc.)
But how do you know the proper size for each platform? And where should you place text and graphics to not get cut off? And what file type to use?
Thanks to MakeAWebsiteHub.com you can wonder no longer. They’ve created a very helpful 2016 Social Media Image Sizes Cheat Sheet with all the image guidelines you’ll ever need to post your photos like a pro across all major social media platforms.
(Our thanks to MakeAWebsiteHub.com.)