2017 Social Media Image Sizes Cheat Sheet

Social media marketing is a competition.

The posts your small business or nonprofit shares on social media networks are competing against your peers and users’ friends and family for attention every day.

How can you stand out and get noticed?

Use visuals with every social media post. Content with images gets 94 percent more views than content without.

However, every network has different social media image sizes for pages and content that’s shared.

That’s why we’ve updated our social media image sizes cheat sheet for the top networks: Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, and YouTube.

Bookmark this page to use throughout the year as you create content to share on social media.

And — if you’d like to make eye-catching images that make your fans click and engage — try using free image tools like Canva, PicMonkey, or Adobe Spark that have customizable social media image templates that are the correct size for each network.

Constant Contact also makes creating custom images easy. Our partnership with Bigstock gives you access to millions of professional stock images.

You can then edit images for your email and social media marketing using our Artworktool integration. Sign up for a free 60-day Constant Contact trial to give these tools a try!

2017 Social Media Image Sizes Cheat Sheet:


Need more tips on social media marketing? Check out videos and step-by-step instructions on our Social Media Quickstarter site.

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in January 2015 and has been updated for relevancy and accuracy.

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