So you want to add some graphics to your Facebook Page.  But what dimension does the Avatar (profile pict) have to be?  Or what’s the maximum width for your landing page?  What about your pictures & videos?

Well here’s the answer right from Facebook.  (FYI I’ve been able to use 200 x 600 for my Avatars.  Also your Landing page (iFrame tab) is 520 px wide but unlimited height.)










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About Roger Ely

Roger has developed his skill as a marketer over 40 years in sales & 15 years as an entrepreneur. "Like most I've had to adjust to the new age of internet marketing and develop my skills in Social Media Marketing, SEO, Blogging & article generation. These are more than just strategies to get on Page One Google...they're necessary to communicating your desire & abilities for helping your clients thereby bringing those very clients into your services and giving you more opportunity to do what you love the most - HELP PEOPLE GET WHAT THEY WANT - YOUR PRODUCT!"
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  1. Gene Evangelist says:

    I’d like to see a FB page design that really uses these areas to make a great unified design. Even some of the best corp pages have a “chopped up” look.
    Is anyone doing real FB page “design”? Gene Evangelist

    • Roger Ely says:

      Hi Gene: I think I’ve done a pretty good job of creating a unified design for my page http;//www.facebook.com/mysocialmediamatters.com. Check it out. I do these kinds fo sites for all my clients.

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