Facebook Timeline Image Size

The new Facebook timeline for pages has some major design changes. Below are the image sizes you will need to know in order for your Facebook page to be customized to the new layout.

All Facebook pages will be changed to the timeline layout by March 30th.

The exact size for the Facebook Page Timeline graphic at the top of the page is 851 pixels wide and 315 pixels high.

Main Header Image: 851 pixels wide and 315 pixels high

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Here is a sneak peak into the Social Media Byte Size Series- How To Increase Website Traffic From Your YouTube Videos (Lesson 3)

In the video below you will learn how to increase traffic from your YouTube Videos to your website.

Key tips from video:

1. Add your website URL as the first link in your video description
2. Add clickable annotations to your videos (Click To Subscribe)
3. Add your website logo and url image at the end of your video
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Customizing a Facebook Page can be difficult to do especially if you don’t know where to start or what the dimensions of your images need to be. Here you will learn to create a page on facebook with maximum size images.

1. Add a full size photo
- Personal Page Max Size- Width 180px X Height 540px
- Fan Page Max Size- Width 200px X Height 600px
- Thumbnail Image Size- Width 176px X Height 200px

2. Create a welcome landing page
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Top Ten Tips To Get Facebook Page LIKES

So you’ve created a Facebook Fan Page for your company or cause. Now what? Check out our tips for increasing your page likes and keeping your fans interested and engaged.

1. Add a Like Box to your Website
Installing a “like box” on your website allows visitors to like your page directly from your site.

To create a Like Box for your website go to: www.facebook.com/badges

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How To Setup & Customize You Facebook Page

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My last article about Facebook showed the benefits and basic set up of using Facebook Fan Pages.  A Fan Page is a tool for you to reach and connect with your target audience, or potential customers. After reading the last article, you should have set up a fan page or plan to. In this article, I’d like to discuss how to maximize your fan page.

I used the analogy of an office for Facebook, pointing out that if the internet were an office, Facebook would be the ‘water cooler’. Building a fan page for your brand allows you to make personal connection with your customers. At this point, you should have your fan page up and running, and actively gaining more ‘fans.’ As users are directed to your fan page, you can either direct them to your website or continue to engage them through your Facebook fan page.

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