The ultimate guide to using images and video for marketing with visual content on the Facebook platform.
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- If you use WordPress for blogging, use Featured Images on your posts. This way you have more control over which images get shared when someone shares your content.
- I noticed images smaller than 403 pixels don’t get the same amount of real estate on the timeline or in the news feed. So, that means when you use a bigger image (I suggest at least 620 pixels wide) in your post and as your Featured Image, your images and content will get more exposure. Please do this.
- Not sure where to get images this big? Use a stock photo site like 123RF, istockphoto or Big Stock. They’re well worth the investment and you can reuse them as needed.
- Don’t limit images to blog posts, share quotes, tips, #Selfie’s you name it.
- Insta-sized Images: I have been using Instagram’s Share settings to share my images from Instagram to my Facebook business page. The images are already sized to fit Facebook’s minimums and I get to share on 2 platforms at once. [Click here for instructions for sharing your Instagram photos to your Facebook Business Page.]
Social Media Graphics Style Guide For Facebook – An infographic by Lane Jones at Freshtake On Content
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