Have you ever wondered why your company logo looks so awkward when you use it on your Facebook or LinkedIn Profile image? You are not alone as a business owner being confused by the complete mayhem of standards that social media puts out for each of their individual profile pictures, banner images and more.
As a startup you want to put your best foot forward. That includes putting your newly crafted and totally unique startup logo to work on social media so you can begin creating your brand. The hard part is when you upload it cuts off the coolest and most innovative part of your logo just because it wants it to be square even though yours is rectangular. As a small startup business you have to put on another hat and whip out your graphic design program to alter it to fit the specifications Facebook requires. This may take valuable time that you had wished you weren’t wasting on graphic resizing. After you complete that task much to your dismay you discover LinkedIn and the other 4 social networks you want to upload your logo to all have different size requirements.
To help you with your dilemma we have found the graphic to end all graphics to help you get this done quickly with not only each social networks profile image specifications, but the banner image, cover image and any other social network specific sizes you need.
Want to know what is the best image size for that network? Just take a look.