The Most Thorough Social Media Dimensions Cheat Sheet Ever [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Aaron Elliott Founder, Socialbarrel.com, Social Barrel

Posted on June 6th 2013

The Most Thorough Social Media Dimensions Cheat Sheet Ever [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that if you want your display picture on Facebook to show up exactly as you see it as a file on your computer, you have to upload a 180 pixel by 180 pixel copy of it to Facebook?

The cover photo, on the other hand, displays at 851 pixels by 315 pixels.

Or did you know that the border surrounding the profile photo on Facebook is 5 pixels, the gap from the left side of the cover photo to the profile photo is 23 pixels and that the gap between the top of the cover photo and the top of the profile photo is 210 pixels?

These are just a few samples of what you will learn in what could be the most thorough social media dimensions cheat sheet ever, brought to us by tentsocial.

Learn more about the exact dimensions of media on social platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube in the infographic below.

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Aaron Elliott

Founder, Socialbarrel.com, Social Barrel

I'm 30 and live in Adelaide, Australia. I have a strong interest and passion for Social Media, Blogging and Online Marketing. To execute this passion I have created Socialbarrel.com which aims to connect social media users and marketers, with the latest and most up-to-date news on the social media scene. Don't forget to check out Socialbarrel.com for more Social Media News.

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Comments

Really great cheat sheet! Thorough indeed, perhaps insanely so, but it didn't give me a headache so kudos!!!! And thanks. Ev

Awesome. Was working on putting something together for my designers and found this instead. You just saved me a ton of time.

My goodness, great cheat sheet! I want to print this out for my team to quickly reference, any chance you can post a link to a print friendly version?