Optimize Your Photos for Social Media Marketing
Social media is a must for marketing your photography these days, but how do you ensure your photos look their best? In order to get the most out of your marketing, it’s important to understand how different social media platforms compress and convert your images. Bookmark this handy guide, which gives you the optimal image sizes for each platform.
Facebook tends to compress images quite a bit, which may result in reduced image quality. Uploading PNG files to Facebook is a good workaround, since they can’t be compressed. If you’d rather post JPG images, convert them to sRGB and keep the size under 100KB to avoid compression. Here are the recommended image sizes.
You can also use your voicemail message to drive traffic to your Facebook page.
Compression is less of an issue with Twitter, but it does have uploading limitations. Here are some guidelines to follow.
Compression doesn’t seem to be an issue with With Google+ and there are only a few dimensions to remember.
Based on the Light Stalking article How to Optimize Images for Social Media.
These platforms are great for sharing images and making your profiles look professional is also a must. Just don't forgot about mobile profiles when designs your profile. There are all just desktop measurements, pay attention to mobile as well or even more so depending on your audience. Instagram is massively important for our photo booth hire business and we take a mobile first approach on this platform.
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