With millions of users using social media every day, your small business or non-profit organisation has to fight tooth and nail to stand out from the crowd.

Each of the social media platforms has their own optimal image sizes, so it makes perfect sense for you to ensure all of your images are created pixel-perfect – don’t settle for a one-fits-all image as it will not display correctly.

Keeping up to date with all the different social media image sizes is time-consuming so we have created this handy guide for you, which covers the main social media platforms small business and non-profit organisations use – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram. Pinterest and YouTube.

Download our handy 2020 Social Media Image Sizes Cheat Sheet PDF version to help save time.

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Okay, so you are not a graphic designer and you are struggling to create those stunning visuals for your social media posts truly deserve so what should you do?

Here is what we highly recommend?

Here at the Social Media Consultancy, we love using Canva to help us create our visuals. Canva has preset templates for the various social media platforms all of which can then be customised using text, shapes and images. Already have images that you want to include, that’s fine you can upload these and resize within Canva.

Give Canva a test drive today and let us know how you get on or if you prefer some hands-on training checkout our Canva training sessions.


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