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The Essential Social Media Image Cheat Sheet

The Essential Social Media Image Cheat Sheet
Social Media Image Cheat Sheet Knowing the correct picture sizes is important when posting on Social Media. Use This Handy Chart to Size Your Social Media Images Perfectly For 2016. It’s no secret that images are an important part of your social media content. They attract attention and stand out – posts with visuals deliver 180 percent greater engagement. The tricky part is that each social network has its own dimension requirements to make your visuals look their best. That’s why we’ve made it easy for you with the 2016 social media image size guide. Bookmark this guide so you can quickly access the right size for the right network. Twitter Image Sizes Header photo: 1500 px wide by 500 px tall      2. Profile image: 400 px wide by 400 px tall      3. In-stream photo: 440 px wide by 220 px tall EternalRomantic on Twitter A #CheatSheet to size your #images for #SocialMedia – http://bit.ly/1mjhCX8 pic.twitter.com/TMobtsqMgQ     Facebook Image Sizes Cover photo: 815 px wide by 315 px tall       2. Profile image: 180 px wide by 180 px tall       3. Highlighted image: 1200 px wide by 717 px tall      4. Shared image: 1200 px wide by 630 px tall      5. Shared link thumbnail image: 1200 px wide by 627 px tall This social media cheat sheet breaks down the most popular social media networks and describes the different demographics of users so you can determine how to strategically utilize each platform. Get the most out of these social media platforms and start posting today! socialmedia socialmediacheatsheet marketing graphicdesign printing consultant womeninbusiness entrepreneurlife socialmediapromotion eventplanner businesscards branding designer websites graphics print smallbusiness businesswomen instagramflyer business marketingdigital entrepreneurofinstagram flyers logos business followme follow4follow like4like businessowner entrepreneur advertising A photo posted by Brand Panacea Enterprise (@brandpanacea) on Jan 19, 2016 at 9:25pm PST LinkedIn Image Sizes Background image: 1500 px wide by 425 px tall Profile image: 400 px wide by 400 px tall Career cover photo: 974 px wide by 330 px tall Banner image: 646 px wide by 220 px tall (minimum) Standard logo: 400 px wide by 400 pixels tall (maximum) empression socialmedia socialmediacheatsheet A photo posted by EMpression Marketing (@empressionmktg) on Oct 12, 2013 at 5:24pm PDT Pinterest Image Sizes Profile image: 165 px wide by 165 px tall Board display: 22 px wide by 150 px tall Pin sizes: 236 px wide Stitchz.net on Twitter Pinterest Image Size Chart and Tips http://www.socialmediabusinessacademy.com/new-pinterest-image-size-chart-and-tips/ … #pinterest #pins #boards #profilepic.twitter.com/PFfQ2HDcri Instagram Image Sizes Profile image: 110 px wide by 110 px tall Photo size: 1080 px wide by 1080 px tall Photo thumbnails: 161 px wide by 161 px tall Louise Myers on Twitter WhatÕs the Best #Instagram Image Size? #Infographic http://bit.ly/bestigsize pic.twitter.com/O1GLTB251L YouTube Image Sizes Video uploads: 1280 px wide by 760 px tall Channel cover photo: 2560 px wide by 1440 px tall Tumblr Image Sizes Profile image: 128 px wide by 128 px tall Image post: 500 px wide by 750 px tall Google+ Image Sizes Profile image: 250 px wide by 250 px tall Cover image: 1080 px wide by 608 px tall Shared image (on home stream): 497 px wide by 373 px tall Shared image (on feed or your page): 150 px wide by 150 px tall...
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Practical Tips for Event Planning Profs

Practical Tips for Event Planning Profs
Practical Tips for Event Planning Professionals How to make an event outstanding! It is always a treat to watch grand events coming live. Be it a Soccer League, Oscar awards Ceremony or more of its kind. Watching it in person or on TV creates a feeling of awe in our heart, don’t they? Have you ever for a second thought how these grandeur events were coming alive or about the people who make these things happen? Honestly, “NO” would be the answer. Behind all of these and more, event management professionals work untiringly to create the best experience possible for the guests, the celebrities, the sponsors & stakeholders, and the spectators. I stumbled across this very interesting article from ALIVE – aliveeventsagency.com an Australian based event management company. It highlights how often risk assessment is overlooked and not put under high priority quotient. Read on… Playing It Safe: Why Venue Security is a Top Priority for Event Planners Event management requires a set of professionals working together with complete understanding to co-ordinate a particular event in style and splendor. All the people involved in the team have one notion in common –that is to make the event a grand success. The event manager is like the captain of the crew and he should outline all the requirements of the client to his team with clarity. It is always the responsibility of event managers to perform over and above the expectations of the client to create a goodwill that will go a long way. Event Management has Become Inevitable: Event managers have become part and parcel of any industry – parties, entertainment, finance, government, retail, fashion, sports, and music. Did you know the anchors of some live shows that we dote are all products of event managers? It is a high tension environment and the glitz and glamour we witness is purely the result of the hard work they render in the back stage. Team, Team, Team… Though four or five people may form the core team, you need to do so many outsourcing jobs to complete the task. Say, you are a wedding planner, right from photography, video, food and cocktail to floral decoration, music and guests welcoming- so many things come under your forte. Imagine how many people you might need to successfully make that event happen! It is better to establish contacts with a trusted set of individuals who will never let you down even in a crisis situation. That you will find out from your experience. Creativity is the key Event Management is all about surpassing the expectations of all parties involved in the events. There are three ways to accomplish this: Arrangement of the events (design) The events have to be unique Should suit the taste of the client and his interests. Client’s Co-operation is more important All said and done, the clients have to be clear in what they want – budget, ambience, kind  of events etc.,( In South Indian weddings, the girl’s side has a major financial stake in arranging the events, but the boy’s side has a better say over the matters. So it is better to know the taste and preference of the boy’ side before deciding on events. ) An event manager can never create what he imagines without the support of his team. At the same time he has to be at his best – negotiations between clients, suppliers and company, flexibility, quick thinking, lots of initiative and exceptional decision...
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