When you're selecting social media cover photos, shared images, and other social media assets, knowing the basic image dimensions might not cut it. It's become a real challenge to size your images correctly with so many platforms and browsers.

Even just among your Facebook marketing campaigns, photo dimensions vary according to where and how it's shared — from cover photos, to timeline images, to profile pictures. AAHHHGGGG!

What is the optimal size for the header image on a LinkedIn article? I've seen many suggestions after searching Google and I even see a few conflicting recommendations from LinkedIn Help. Is it 744×400, 600×315, 940×788, 1850×200 or what?

In this video I test different image sizes to see which size works best. Let me know if you find a better solution!


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About the author 

Ted Prodromou

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I'm the #1 best-selling author of Ultimate Guide to LinkedIn for Business and Ultimate Guide to Twitter for Business. People call me America's Leading LinkedIn Coach.

I'm the founder of Search Marketing Simplified, LLC, a full service online marketing agency. The SMS team designs and implements advanced LinkedIn and social media lead-generation strategies for small to medium-sized businesses. SMS will set up and manage your marketing funnels using organic, social and paid traffic.

Did you know I've been working with the internet since 1991, long before Al Gore invented it?

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