This month Facebook changed the sizes of the images it displays in their content feed. Why is this important? From a content marketing perspective your image quality and sizing can directly impact click-through rates. So, here’s a handy infographic from Gain that can help ensure you’re posting full size images. (Pro Tip: When posting, add your content status, add an image & then your URL to help drive traffic back to your website or blog content.)
If you need help with a social media workflow tool, check out the free trial offer from Gain. And, if you need an image cropper to make sure larger images post full size, check out this Chrome browser extension: Croppr.
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