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Complete Image Size Chart For Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube & Other Social Networks

Complete Image Size Chart For Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube & Other Social Networks
If your world is social media or music, subscribe to one of Hyebot's free feeds and get involved in our community. Good design has never been more important. But recent changes to Facebook pages, Twitter headers, YouTube channels and other social sites has made it rather difficult to get the size of your images just right. So bookmark this page, and the next time you're about to post a picture or change your profile image, refer to this handy cheat sheet. chart by LunaMetrics via Econsultancy

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