2019 Social Media Image Sizes

Making your you have great marketing content across the different social media platforms  is essential to growing a business in today’s world. But with so many different social media platforms that all require unique image dimensions for posting, it can be a bit of a minefield when it comes to creating your content. This is why we have put together a quick  guide for your 2019 social media image sizes across 6 of the top platforms.

In our guide, we cover:

• Facebook
• Instagram
• LinkedIn
• Twitter
• Pinterest
• YouTube

To make it easier on themselves, some businesses simply create one piece of content and distribute this across each platform, or create one header image and try t crop it for each different platform. This is totally fine, if you like coming across to potential customers as unprofessional. But if you want to carry excellence in everything you do, and you want potential customers to notice this, it’s best to make sure each piece of content (or header image) is created correctly.

Below you will find the image guides for each of the 6 social platforms we have mentioned. You will also be able to purchase our 2019 Social Media Bundle, which includes image templates (with guides) for all of the mentioned image types. This means that instead of reading this blog and creating your own templates, you could just download ours.

Along with the image templates (.psd files), by purchasing the 2019 Social Media Bundle, you will receive:

• A complete (editable) 2019 calendar – with important dates – to plan and prepare your years social media posts
• A list of 136 worldwide celebration days (complete with official hashtags) to make sure you’re promoting causes that are important to your business
• The below image guide (.pdf file)

Click here to purchase the 2019 Social Media Bundle for only NZ$19.95
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