Facebook Cover Image not showing up right on your mobile device? Or have you updated for mobile viewing and now it doesn't show up correct on the desktop?
We've got the solution for you!?
And don't be too hard on yourself even the ‘pros' don't have it right all the time.
Check out how Hubspot's page cover image looks on mobile…
As you know, Facebook does like to change things up fairly often & the way your cover images show up on mobile is no exception. Even Facebook itself doesn't recommend the proper dimensions for your image to show up correctly on mobile and desktop. However, using the dimensions provided below you should be covered for optimal viewing on most mobile devices and desktop.
The secret is to make your image taller than the recommended 828 x 315 pixels or for mobile viewing 465pixels tall, to be exact. This gives you 75 extra pixels at the top and bottom which will be cropped on the desktop view.
You can easily do this using a free tool we love – Canva by selecting “Use Custom Dimensions”.
NOTE: You will want to be mindful of anything placed in the top and bottom sections for optimal desktop viewing.
You could even get creative and do a special offer for mobile users! This could be especially useful if you are a local store or restaurant. You could offer a discount or free item for mobile users who stop in and show they found you via mobile.
We hope this article has been useful and if you know of someone who could benefit from this we'd love it if you shared. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about optimizing your Facebook page.
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