Every (important) social media image dimensions

ByAndy Beal

Andy Beal is The Original Online Reputation Expert™. A bestselling author of two critically-acclaimed reputation management books, a keynote speaker at dozens of events, and brand consultant experience with thousands of individuals and companies.

    31 Comments for “Every (important) social media image dimensions”
    1. Yahoo!!! at last! You rock Andy! Blessings from a fairly newbie blogger that gets tired of looking up so much info sometimes. LOL

      1. We’re happy to help, Shari! Sounds like we’re not the only ones that got tired of looking for this info, this has been a very popular post!

    2. Wow Andy! Not only does your Top 5 Cheat Sheet match up 100% with DiY Content Marketing system • 10 out of 10 clients ask me for the graphic settings on every social audit gig I do. This will come in very handy. PS: popped over to your G+ page too

    3. This is awesome and a real gem for referencing when developing social media creatives. I can’t wait to get home and use the twitter based dimensions to update my background.

    4. What is the best size for a YouTube background image/wallpaper in pixels? 2000 by 3000 at 1 meg? I don’t see it in the above description. WHY DOESN’T YOUTUBE MAKE THE DIMENSION PUBLICLY KNOWN AND SPECIFIC WITHIN MY CHANNEL MANAGER? 🙁

    5. Thank you for this, this is great stuff for my design and social marketing team. We’ll be saving valuable time now thanks to you.

    6. Great post, great effort! Social media creates massive opportunity for your business nowadays. Using them properly and measuring the effects of your campaigns (with tools like Colibri http://www.colibritool.com ) is crucial.

    7. Thank you for this. And now the update. I never to this graphic at least once a month. Really a great and usefull piece of content!

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