Have you ever noticed that when you post an image on Twitter that sometimes the main subject of your photo is cut off in your Twitter feed? Your followers can only see the full image if they click on the preview. But I wonder how many actually do?
Large ‘squarer’ images are automatically cropped by Twitter, with the top and bottom of the image being cut off.
So, to get the most impact, post your images in the dimensions 1024 pixels wide and 512 pixels high. This way, you’ll always ensure that the full image is shown…and your followers get the whole picture.
P.S. Just to let you know…I’m taking a few days off and will be back next week. I hope you have a lovely weekend!
(Image : Rona Wheeldon | Flowerona)