Friday, 21 January 2022 18:18

What image size should I use for sharing posts on social media?

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I've seen many sites recommend using 1280x720 resolution but I'll do you one better: 1920x1080 (full HD). Logic being, you can always shrink it later and not lose quality.  

Below is a free sample JPG.  Just right-click and save-as (or use the attachment link below for a ZIP), then use this image as your starting point for new blog posts: just edit the image using your choice of photo editing software, paste your image on top of it, adjust the scale, and save.  

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Last modified on Friday, 21 January 2022 18:36

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