NEW! 2018 Social Media Cheat Sheet

Social media sites change their preferred sizes and formats pretty regularly and if you’re still using the sizes that worked in 2017, you could be missing out. I created an updated cheat sheet for 2018 — details for every site you use regularly are included — from LinkedIn to Pinterest.

 

2018 Cheat Sheet

Get your full-sized copy in PDF form here: McNesby social media cheat

and start posting using optimal image sizes for each network.

It’s that easy.

It’s even easier to get the help you need with social media by allowing a pro to help — if you’re struggling with getting found or having trouble keeping up with everything needed for your social media — let’s chat!

Double your Fun on Twitter!

Longer Tweets are Here for Everyone!

How will you use your #280characters?

What do you think of the new rollout? Too much, not enough or just the right number of characters to get your point across? I know for marketing purposes, 140 is often not enough, so for some clients (particularly those with loooong hashtags, this is a welcome change.

What do you think?

Twitter Boosts Character Count to 280…for Some Users

Social media giant #Twitter just rolled out a new feature that doubles down on the typical Tweet limit. Long known for the short byte, 140-#character limit, and “microcontent” approach, Twitter is now allowing some users to double up. You’ll get twice the letters, twice the hashtags and twice the fun – and your image still won’t count against your overall character limit.

Some users can Tweet twice as much, starting in September

  Twitter Allows Some Users 280 Characters

Rolling out right now is a new feature that allows some users to max out at 280 characters instead of 140; this new approach is part of Twitters “Tweet More” initiative. Hoping to get users to Tweet longer and more often, the social media giant rolled this new feature out today to a “select group” of targeted users…

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