There’s nothing more frustrating than adding a logo or image to your social network accounts, just to realize that all the images sizes are completely different. Even when you think you know the exact requirements for all the different networks, they update their sizes and then you are back to square one.
Currently we only seem to have two solutions to this problem – either spend the next few hours adjusting the images, Googling what size each of them needs to be or get fed up and just upload the images as they are and live with the consequences (not recommended)!
That is why we now have the Social Media Cheat Sheet. This is a fantastic resource which eliminates all this hassle. It’s up to date, has all the exact sizing charts and is the perfect reference point as it covers 9 major social media sites, including Twitter, Facebook, GooglePlus, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, Vimeo and SlideShare.
Pin it for later: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/381539399653302944
For rest of the dimensions and a PDF version of this graphic http://thepinkgroup.co.uk/social-media-cheat-sheet
H/T: Joey Spencer from
Published in this morning! These are 99 different tips that I consider real zingers. They are meant to reframe the way you think about things - all in a single line.
Many of these were source from people here on Google+. Here are some great ones:
1. Give content away for free that everyone thinks you are mad for not selling. ( )
2. Links are the result, not the goal. ( )
3. Authenticity is hard to fake. ( )
4. Being truly helpful, solving someone's problem: that's engagement that's memorable. ( )
5. Don't be afraid to mention and link to your competition. If you are providing amazing content it should provide other resources. ( )
6. Optimize for business objectives and people first, search second. ( )
7. Be an expert, or go home (from me!)
And also, the one shown in the image below, because so many people get it wrong. Looking for authoritative links? The biggest variable in authority is relevance! (hey, maybe I should have made that a zinger too!)
To everyone who contributed ideas to this article, I did not get to use all of your ideas, and this was often because it was something that was already covered by a previously created tip. But, thanks to all of you who contributed!
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