Check out the current dimensions for photo and image sizes on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, YouTube, Tumbler & Google+. If you’re looking for a detailed guide to social media photo sizes – including recommended dimensions, minimum and maximum dimensions, image scale, and more — then this is it.
Happy holidays to you and your loved ones from Propel Marketing & Design!
We want to take the time to wish all of you cheer and joy for this holiday season. It is a time of sharing and caring, and also to think about what 2016 may bring us.
Social & Social — Social Media Workshop & Networking (Free Event)
We’re hosting a Network & Learn Session on Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Open Networking: 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Social Media Best Practices – Presented by Propel Marketing & Design, Inc. & Earnworthy
(Short Workshop / Lecture): 7:30pm – 8:30pm
• What social media sites you should be on
• How to connect better with your target audience
• How to create content that drives traffic to your website from social media
• The lost art of listening via social media
• 5 marketing tools for social media success
This will be an interactive training, with lots of time for Q&A at the end.
So, you’ve finally created the perfect blog post. You’ve perfectly edited the copy and probably cited sources you referenced throughout the article. Now it’s time to add images. Sounds easy enough, right?
Unfortunately, these days photos and illustrations created by other people often go without citations, or are attributed improperly. Giving credit to the photographer or designer for their work can be complicated. And since posting copyright−infringing content can lead to the removal of your post or blog−or worse−a lawsuit, it’s better to be safe than sorry.
Want landing pages that convert? Sure we all do!
In today’s blog, we’ll go over the 9 key elements to developing landing pages that have high conversation rates.
Creating a landing page these days is easy, especially with all the tools that are readily available. The problem lies in creating landing pages that actually convert.
Why? Because, often times many important elements get overlooked. You have to take into account the elements on the page, where to place them, what message your design is going to portray, and how the text is going to affect each visitor.
Take control of your social media campaign!
Now, through July 8, 2015, we’re offering 50% off our Social Media Strategy Made Simple for Small Businesses on demand workshop.
Join the over 3,000+ small businesses and entrepreneurs that have already benefited from taking this online course.
Together, we’ll go through the steps to create an easy to execute social media strategy perfect for your business.