With Facebook releasing new Facebook link thumbnail image dimensions, it’s time to learn how to update your images within your blog post or website. This way whenever someone shares your links on Facebook, the images look great within the Facebook news feed. To do that, we have created a free Facebook link thumbnail image dimensions template for you to use.
This collection of templates is available for the desktop, mobile, and sidebar images on Facebook.
To use these templates, you can download the recommended template. This requires having larger images to work with.
If you don’t have larger images, we recommend using the mobile template so that your images are optimized for Facebook.
By using this Facebook link thumbnail image template, you can quickly create images that scale perfectly across Facebook.
To use the Facebook link thumbnail image dimensions template, just follow these instructions.
Facebook game requests – they’re annoying. One minute, you think you’ve blocked them. The next day, there are more Facebook game requests coming in from friends. Today, we’re going to show you how to block Facebook game requests in 3 simple steps – forever.
Why block Facebook game requests?
As we mentioned, game requests are flat-out annoying. Not to mention, they can consume a lot of your time. For example, if you have Facebook installed on your mobile device (who doesn’t), whenever you receive a Facebook game request, your phone buzzes.
This can lead to a loss of productivity because you stop what you’re doing to check your notifications, only to find out that it’s just a game request and not an important message.
Instead of letting Facebook game requests rule your life, be proactive and block Facebook game requests.
To block Facebook game requests, follow the instructions outlined below.
Facebook recently increased the sizes of link thumbnail images in the news feed. This means whenever you share content from your blog or website, you’ll now start to see larger images from your posts in the news feed. To help you out, we’ve compiled a handy reference chart showing you all of the different Facebook link thumbnail image dimensions that you’ll need to know.
This way when you’re uploading images to your blog posts, you’ll be able to optimize your images for Facebook so that when fans share them, they look great in the news feed regardless of where they are shared.
So what are the recommended dimensions for Facebook link thumbnail images? Here’s a breakdown on everything you need to know.
Is your Facebook news feed overrun with updates from people you no longer interact with? Did you know you can use the Facebook organize tool to clean-up your news feed.
What is the Facebook organize tool?
The Facebook organize tool is a way to remove updates from your news feed from people you don’t interact with very often.
When you use the organize tool to remove people, you are telling Facebook that you don’t want to see updates from those individuals in your news feed – you’re not actually disconnecting your friendship with those people.
Instead, what this does is it reduces the number of updates you see in your news feed from them.
This is very helpful if there are people you haven’t interacted with someone in quite some time.
Using the organize tool is very easy. Follow the instructions below to start cleaning up your news feed with the Facebook organize tool.
If you’ve ever attended a conference or gone on vacation with friends or family, you know how frustrating it can be to collect all of the photos that everyone took. With Facebook shared photo albums, you can now easily share photos and consolidate them into one album.
What are Facebook shared photo albums?
Facebook shared photo albums are photo albums that multiple people can contribute to. This means they can view, edit, and add photos to an album.
Creating Facebook shared photo albums is very easy (and beneficial). To create shared albums, follow these instructions.
Facebook Privacy Settings have always been difficult to figure out. They’re either too complicated to understand, difficult to turn off, turned on automatically for you without your knowledge, or there is not a way to get the level of customization that you want with them. As a result of the challenging Facebook privacy settings, this can mean that you’re revealing important information to people who are not in your network, which can put you into an unfortunate situation with friends, family, or your employer.
To help you get a better understanding of Facebook privacy settings, I’ve compiled a list of Facebook privacy settings you should know and bookmark to help protect yourself when on Facebook. Let’s take a look at the privacy settings.
10 Facebook Privacy Settings and how to protect yourself
It doesn’t really matter who you ask – when you mention the term social media, everyone instantly thinks Facebook. That’s because not only does Facebook have over 1 billion users looking to connect with their friends and family, but the social network also works great for business owners as well.
So how effective is Facebook at driving personal and business interactions?
Consider these stats about Facebook for personal and business use:
1 in 7 people use Facebook for personal use
1 in 3 businesses are on Facebook
79% of Facebook fans are more likely to make a purchase
74% of Facebook fans are more likely to recommend a brand to their friends
Couple that with the fact technology research firm, Gartner feels that social commerce is the next big thing and suggests that by 2015, social commerce will generate $30 billion in sales, there are plenty of reasons as to why you should be using Facebook for both personal and business reasons.
So which way should Facebook be used primarily for? Facebook for business or Facebook for personal? Check out this infographic on how Facebook is currently being used – and the impact that it is having for personal uses and in business.