Cover photos have become a standard on social media platforms. Started by Facebook with its new Timeline almost 2 years ago, the trend has now reached Twitter, Google +, YouTube and LinkedIn.
Cover photos remain a difficult exercise because they answer to strict specifications in size [and content in some cases e.g. Facebook 20% rule] and therefore if you upload a cover photo that is not of the correct dimension for the given social media platform, your image may get cropped, warped or blurry.
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