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Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc can all be a bit daunting if you’re handling social media on your own. It can be even more frustrating when you upload a dynamite photo only to find that the image has lost its luster online or you have to crop away a portion. You want the images that you upload to social media to look their best.

Pizza Today has come across a handy little infographic to help steer you in the right direction, from displaying image sizes for Facebook’s cover photo and profile picture to the maximum size your images and videos can be to upload. A few quick references include:

Facebook
Sizes
Cover Photo 851 x 315 pixels
Profile Photo 160 x 160 pixels

Twitter
Sizes
Header Image 520 x 260 pixels
Profile Picture 81 x 81 pixels

Instagram
Sizes
Photo Feed Photo 510 x 510 pixels
Profile Photo 40 x 40 pixels


To check out the Social Media Design Blueprint, click here.


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