If you are a social media marketer, a graphic designer, or simply a business owner who is ‘in charge’ of your social media presence image, you really need this.
Just as you’re ready to publish your latest post to Facebook, you looked at the image. And, it is real bad. Why? What size do you need? Is it cut off at the top? Well, you’re not alone.
In the ever evolving world of social media platform there is only one constant – change.
It seems that the images sizes for social media platforms have been in constant motion. To help you out a bit, product review site WeAreTop10 compiled all the information you need. They brought together all of the image-posting rules, guidelines and size formats from the major social media platforms. This includes Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and YouTube. They are all right here, in one easy-to-reference infographic.
It is always great to have a formula when you want something to come out right. And the great thing about formulas is that they provide us with a starting point.
The More Things Change, . . . The More Different They Become
Now, over the past year or two, you’ve probably noticed something a little different about your LinkedIn notifications. LinkedIn announced in February 2014 that they’d be opening up their publishing platform to the public. And for marketers, this instantly transformed the professional network into a more interesting destination to explore.
Well, while many have seen immense success with the new platform, others have remained on the sidelines. Many were unsure how to break onto the map. And, in all likelihood, they lacked a clear formula for how to approach this unfamiliar territory. So to help resolve this, Carly Stec at HubSpot has put together a guide to publishing on LinkedIn at HubSpot.com
Most brands today have learned that a social media presence is a key asset of a successful inbound marketing strategy and that targeted cross-channel content distribution brings a better online visibility.
We see, however, that posting more content doesn’t necessarily lead to more engagement. Some 60% of small businesses don’t see any return on investment from their engagement online. So, here is how to attract attention, interest, desire and action by using AIDA for Social Media.