2015 Social Media Photo Size Cheat Sheet For Crafty Business Owners

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Looking for help on the correct photo sizes to help you create images for your social media pages? Well, you’re on the right page!

2015 Social Media Photo Size Cheat Sheet For Crafty Business OwnersAs we all know, it becomes more and more important to follow the trends when presenting your handmade business through social media, and to have a nice looking profile is of course something that will increase people’s first impression of your business.Without strong images (cover, timeline, milestone, profile, welcome page, etc.) that will help you brand your handmade business’ fan page, it will remain a no-man’s land.

Each type of image on a page, profile, and timeline has its own size and quirks. And social media never has been very good about making its help pages easy to find. Use this guide below to help you improve the quality of images you upload and display on social media, by using the right dimensions, resolution, and features for the job.

This image size cheat sheet infographicby Setup A Blog Today, presents the ultimate image sizes for 8 of the most popular social media networking services.

By the team at SetUpABlogToday.com

2015 Social Media Image Size Guide

One of the toughest parts of running social media pages is creating graphics that fits. Sure, Photoshop can help you with that but if the idea of using it makes your head spin or hiring a graphic designer isn’t an option, it might help to get to know first the correct image sizes to display on your account page and to check the photo-editing tool must-haves of every handmade sellers to do it.

With over 1,500,000,000 users (1.5 billion), there is no shortage of customers waiting to purchase your handmade products on social media. Make the best impression by uploading the correct size or your images so that it will look captivating on your page.

Did I miss any? Please leave your questions or tips about social mediaphoto sizes, if there are any.

Gary Capps
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