Dec 2, 2012 - Go Social    10 Comments

How To Big Up Facebook Cover Images!

BIG! graphic

Awesome Sauce!…

Here’s something for you to try folks!
Shout out to Susann Stjernborg from Solid Publication who shared this from Jon Loomer’s blog ;- Jon says he heard it from  a chap called Andrew Voirol. The viral reach of Social Media;- stories fly thick and fast around here! I had no clue this was possible and seemingly neither did many of my industry colleagues.

Feel free to add a link in the comments below to share a link to yours if you Big Up your Facebook Cover Image!

 

10 Comments

  • I have always thought those images were extremely cool and often wondered how they managed that. Anything is possible with a little imagination and drive.

  • Very neat post. Thank you for sharing Sadie! Have a great day!

  • That is so cool! I am going to have to give it a try.

    Thanks!
    Kevin

  • Although that may look cool, I can imagine myself spending hours and hours attempting to load the pictures properly, to make sure they are resized to the correct proportions – like struggling to create a creating a banner and not quite getting the correct size.

    • This make me smile Dr. Erica, patience is not something I have in abundance!
      I have bookmarked it as a possible fun filler project for an intern 🙂

  • Hi Sadie-Michaela,
    this looks like something fun to try.
    It is good to have the dimensions to work with.
    I appreciate the links you provided!

    Thank you so much!
    Cheers,
    Yorinda

  • Sadie, that is incredible! It does look like fun, but I wonder how much time it would take for ME to set that all up. lol I am sure the final result would be sweetly pleasing!
    Blessings to you! And thank you for sharing the steps to accomplish this little task!
    Lynn

  • My husband has a favourite saying, which goes, “There’s no such thing as a 5-minute job!” By that, he means nothing is ever as simple as it appears before you dig in and do the job. Hence, I have to agree with Dr. Erica… I can see myself spending far too much time on it, before getting it right! It looks like a good idea, though.

    Willena

    • Yes, everything comes with a learning curve for sure 🙂

  • Sadie,

    This is so clever and cool! I think it’s great that you came across this resource and shared it with us all here!

    I have seen a few covers like this and wondered how they did it. And now I know. Like you said, it will definitely take some patience.

    But all good things take time.

    Have a great 2013 !!!!

    ~ Jupiter Jim

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