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NickTheGreek
post 9 May 2016, 12:21 PM
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Why you should use correct social media image sizes


Tutorial Name: Why you should use correct social media image sizes

Author Name: NickTheGreek

Submitted: Today, 01:21 PM

Last Updated: 9 May 2016

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A famous Hindi Saying “Jo dikhta hai wahi bikta hai“. Meaning that what you think is interesting and attractive, will always get you more results. And social media is all about correct images and content to attract as many people as you can online! Content might not make that much of an impact, but a correct image can. You just need to take care of a few technicalities like proportion and clarity for respective social media sites. Using a one pill cures all perspective is not good enough in the long run as most of the websites share different sized previews, for example previews with 16:9 ratio work good enough on majority of websites, whereas some websites still require 4:3 sized previews and then there are some sites which only support 1:1 sized previews i.e. square images. Thus, itĘs a really tricky thing to just include one image and not do any manual tweak or some automatic optimization when it comes to image sharing on social media. A fail safe approach can also be to have a single really large sized image and wait for different websites to crop down the image according to the aspect ratio that they feel suits best for their site! In this post, we will share specific dimensions required for each picture that you post of respective social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter etc; correct social media image sizes make a long impact and itĘs about time everybody learns how to use them.


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