A Comprehensive Guide to Your Social Media Image Sizes

Make an impact with your social media images!

Social media image sizes for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram,  Google+,  YouTube, Tumblr, Vine, SnapchatHarnessing the power of images makes your social media marketing more powerful and memorable. You’re probably already using the visual elements of your brand on your social media channels. If you want them to have an impact, they need to be the correct size for each platform so they maintain their clarity and proportions — otherwise you risk appearing unprofessional.

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How to Get Started with Instagram Marketing

Instagram is a powerful tool for establishing a visual brand identity.

How to Get Started With Instagram MarketingIt enables businesses to improve engagement and increase sales by showcasing their products in creative ways and implementing interactive hashtag campaigns. With more than 300 million active users, it is now the most popular photo-sharing social media platform, surpassing Pinterest by more than 250 million. If you haven’t tried Instagram marketing yet, it’s time to get started.

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Social Media Image Dimensions: The Ultimate Guide

Visual marketing plays an important role in brand awareness and outreach.

Social media image dimensions for Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, and YouTubeBrands experience almost 50% more audience engagement when sharing an image or video on their social media platforms, which is why social networks are increasingly featuring and promoting visual content. Optimizing your visual space online is key to achieving maximum exposure for your name and your brand, and helps build your fan base.

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Get More Likes on Instagram

Which image qualities drive engagement on Instagram?

Blue images get the most likes on InstagramInstagram is the fastest-growing social network today. 71% of the world’s largest brands now use the platform for social media marketing. More than half of them post at least once a week, and 28% post at least 5 times a week. Brands like Nike, Starbucks, Ralph Lauren, and Whole Foods are using images and short videos to enhance their customers’ experience and create emotional connections.

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Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram Demographics

67% of online adults use social networking sites. But who exactly are the people who use Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram?

Social media demographics for Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and Tumblr Some very useful social media demographics are outlined in a recent report by the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project. The study reaffirmed that young adults aged 18-29 are more likely than others to use major social networks (83%). It also substantiates that women are more likely than men to be on these sites (71% vs. 62%), and that people who live in urban areas are significantly more likely than rural Internet users to use social networking (70% vs. 61%).

The analysis also takes a deeper dive into statistics such as the race/ethnicity, education, and household income of people who use social media sites. This information can help you refine your social media marketing initiatives to find leads, increase sales, and improve branding.

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How to Use Instagram Without Being Obnoxious or Dull [Video]

Since its launch in 2010, Instagram has been on an impressive upward trajectory. The site announced last month that over over 5 billion photos have been shared. Its number of daily mobile users has jumped to 7.3 million, surpassing Twitter’s 6.9 million, according to data from comScore

How to Use Instagram Without Being Obnoxious or Dull [Video]

New York filmmaker Casey Neistat is pretty opinionated about social networks and how they should be used. His favorite social media platform is Instagram, but his message to many of its users is that they’re doing it wrong. The video below is his humorous guide to using Instagram and what users should and shouldn’t do.

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Using Instagram for Marketing

Instagram is a free iOS and Android photo sharing app launched in October 2010. It allows users to take a photo, apply a digital filter to it, and Using Instagram for Marketingthen share it on a variety of social networking services, including Instagram’s own. Instagram’s distinctive feature is its photo filter, a digital layer that gives snapshots the appearance of professional editing. Some filters enhance the colors, while others dull the light to a soft glow for an aged, vintage appearance.

Instagram users take and share pictures on their smartphones and “follow” other users’ photostreams, a model similar to Pinterest’s. The app has revolutionized mobile photo editing and has great potential for social media branding and outreach.

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