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Posts Tagged ‘social media cheat sheet’
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By Shea Bennett on July 14, 2014 9:00 AM
It doesn’t matter if you’re absolutely brand new to social media or a been there/done that/wrote the book social marketing ninja, setting up a new Twitter profile or Facebook Page can be a laboriously time-consuming process, especially when it comes to working out the sizes of all the images you need to make your channels – or those of your clients – stand out from the crowd.
And what about the other social platforms, like Pinterest, Instagram and Google+? Wouldn’t it be great if somebody could put all of this information in just one, easy-to-read page?
By Shea Bennett on May 14, 2014 3:00 PM
By Shea Bennett on June 17, 2013 7:00 AM
It doesn’t matter if you’re brand new to social media or a savvy, seen-it-done-it-all veteran – when it comes to setting up a new Twitter Profile or Facebook Page, working out the heights and widths of all those images you positively need to make your channels look fantastic is a time-consuming and, unfortunately, regrettably forgettable business.
And what about those other social platforms, such as Google+, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube? Wouldn’t it be really convenient if somebody put all this information within one, easy-to-read image?
By Allison Stadd on February 18, 2013 12:00 PM
Social Strand Media put together a handy little cheat sheet that dumbs down all the major social networks into “6th grade English,” or laymen’s terms.
No matter how versed you are in social media, it always helps to get a refresher. Back to basics, as they say.
Check out the chart, below.
By Shea Bennett on November 27, 2012 2:00 PM
Whether you’re new to the game or a socially savvy marketing veteran, setting up a new Twitter profile or Facebook Page can be a time-consuming process, especially when it comes to working out the sizes of all the images you need to make your channels – or those of your clients – stand out from the crowd.
And what about the other social platforms, like Pinterest and Google+? Wouldn’t it be great if somebody could put all of this information on a single page?
Earlier this year we looked at a very thorough social media sizing cheat sheet from those nice folks at LunaMetrics which, as we commented at the time, was incredibly useful, but could have used a little spit and polish on the old design front.
Good news – not only have the team at LunaMetrics revamped the look of their graphic, they’ve also updated the content so that it now includes all the latest social media sizing information for Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube, LinkedIn and Pinterest.
By Shea Bennett on July 20, 2012 6:00 AM
Whether you’re a newly-crowned Page administrator on Facebook or setting up a Twitter brand profile for the first time, figuring out all the different shapes and sizes of the images you need to update on these properties can suck up a lot of your time.
And with Google+ pages and Pinterest boards also an essential for many brands, your life as a social media marketer (slash designer) just got a lot harder. If only there was a one-stop, complete, social media sizing cheat sheet that you could download and stick on your wall?
By Shea Bennett on January 25, 2012 6:00 AM
Social media is changing the world.
It’s true. Stop for a while and listen: everywhere you go people are singing its praises. They’re talking about how Twitter is this fantastic customer service and news-sharing tool. That Facebook is an incredible platform for raising brand awareness and building community. Corporations around the world are using YouTube to share tutorials and video blogs. And Google+ has a really nice logo.
It all sounds amazing. So: where do you begin?