Facebook Template for Images and Posts


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The Facebook cover photo is prime real estate for any business’s Page. Are you using yours to maximum effect? If “Redo my Facebook Page cover photo” has been on your to-do list for awhile now, our new template will make this an easy task to check of your list!

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Facebook Template for Images and Posts

  1. 1. SHORTSTACK Presented by A QUICK Template Guide
  2. 2. Page 1 FACEBOOK TEMPLATE Cover Photo851x315px 658px 23px 210px app image 111x74px profile pic 180x180px displays as 160x160px Up to 255 characters Timeline Image Preview 403x403px lightbox view: up to 960x720px maximum upload size: 2048x2048px Highlighted Post/Milestone 843x403px Shared Images square: 320x320px vertical: 398x264px horizontal: 264x398px download template
  3. 3. Page 2 FACEBOOK POST Tips Company Name Date and Location Company Name Date and Location TIP: Here’s a great little tip that relates to our business. Want to learn more? [link goes here] Happy Friday! Comment on this photo for a chance to win a cool prize! To read the Official Rules, and submit an additional entry [link goes here]! Johnny Appleseed Thanks for the great tip! I will definitely share this with others. You guys rock! Like • Reply • 10 Likes Company Name Thanks, Johnny! We appreciate the love! Like • Reply • 1 Likes Annie Oakley great pic! Like • Reply • 10 Likes Write a comment... Write a comment... Like • Comment • Share Like • Comment • Share 25 people like this. 25 people like this. View more comments View more comments 9,023 people saw this post 9,023 people saw this post Boost Post Boost Post 1. Share a tip – Start the update with “TIP” so it stands out in followers’ feeds. 2. Post the most interesting fact related to your content –Link to the rest. Compelling updates make readers want more. 3. Engage – Respond to comments and answer questions; don’t ignore (or remove) negative feedback. 4. Stay positive – Positive/helpful updates inspire more engagement than negative ones. 5. Host a Timeline contest or promotion – Pages can now host contests and promotions right on their Timelines by asking fans to Like or Comment. (Use a third-party provider to pick a winner, aggregate and export data.) 6. Include images – Posts with images are more likely to be shared. 7. Make images mobile friendly – Since most users access Facebook via mobile, choose simple, clear images that are easy to see from a phone/tablet. 2 1 4 5 6 7 3