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2016 Social Media Image Size Cheat Sheet

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Have you ever posted something on social media, only to realize that half of the picture gets cut off in your feed? Or, what about that friend with the blurry profile picture?

What a lot of social media users don’t realize is that certain social media platforms have different standard image sizes that work with their specific layouts. Each one is different, meaning that images should be sized accordingly depending on where they are being posted.

But, how is one supposed to know what sizes to use for which platforms? Look no further! We’ve compiled a list of standard image sizes for the most common social media platforms. Take a look below and save it for future reference!

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Choosing the Right Facebook Objective

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Facebook is undoubtedly becoming one of the top advertising platforms for national, regional, and local brands and businesses alike. In 2015 alone 92% of social marketers used Facebook for advertising. With more than 1 billion active users, choosing the right objective for your Facebook ad can either make or break your return on revenue. In this article we will take a look at four important Facebook advertising objectives: Clicks to Website, Page Post Engagement, Page Likes, and Video Views.

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Why Mobile Apps for Business Are Key to Your Success

Tuesday, March 08, 2016

Why Mobile Apps for Business Are Key to Your Success  ...

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Using Social Media for Customer Service

Tuesday, March 01, 2016

Social media is revolutionizing the way that people communicate and connect with each other. Thanks to social networks and mobile technologies, relationships develop much faster and information is instantly shared and viewed. For businesses that has meant an incredible change in marketing efficiency. Sharing content on your social network accounts immediately delivers the message to your audience. While most businesses today have embraced the use of social media as an advertising platform, very few still dare to explore the realm of customer service on social media. This is understandable as customer complaints are then publically displayed for everyone to see. Naturally, as a business, you do not want to parade negative opinions in front of potential new customers. However, it is highly likely that negative opinions are shared online—and instead of trying to block them out, your company can benefit from being part of that conversation. By using social media for your customer service, you display a high level of transparency that indicates your company’s willingness to discuss and resolve issues, which increases the trustworthiness and reputation of the brand. And that is good for business! ...

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