So if you are anything like me you will be rushing to update your Facebook page right now before it turns to the new TimeLine look!
You’ve probably noticed that striking visual piece in the new Facebook Pages timeline layout — a nearly-screen-width banner image, known as a “Cover.”
On March 30, 2012 (yes, that’s today), all Facebook Pages will be converted to the timeline layout with the cover photo.
I frantically searched the web to find tips and also sizing information on creating new covers and also how to resize your logo, etc. as for some reason the scale to fit option doesn’t work. Below are a few handy links and what I gained from them.
- Great tips on ideas, sizes and all the regulations of what you can and can’t put on your cover.
- I spent forever trying to resize my logo based on the tips in the above article, but to no avail, this article gives you specifics and it worked, aim for 200 pixels wide but keep your logo within the 176 pixel area so it doesn’t get cut off.
- Still trying to figure out how to make my contact information and blurb about my company show up!