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Wednesday, March 25, 2015
In 2014 we saw a major change in content marketing i.e. rise of visual content. Visual-content-centric social media platforms like Pinterest and Instagram (even Flickr in some ways) continued to see their user count and engagement to rise higher. Great visual content have become a vital aspect of digital marketing.
Cover photos on social media are the part of this visual content revolution because they are great a great way for communicating brand values, highlighting a current campaign, or carrying message about what your company has to offer. So if you're a social media marketing manager then, knowing about them and creating them for your social accounts like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn is probably the part of your job description. And considering social media cover pictures are likely something you'll want to update on regular basis to keep up with new campaigns, cover photo design is an ongoing process.
The following infographic features details about the image size, quality and dimensions used by various social media services, such as Facebook, Twitter and Google+.
Source - NeotericUK
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