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Creating Diverse Facebook Content- Reboot Your Facebook Game Series


Creating Diverse Facebook Content- Reboot Your Facebook Game Series

Welcome to the second session of the "Reboot Your Facebook Game Series". In this session, we will dive deeper into building diverse and learner-centered content on Facebook. Whether you are starting anew or an expert, everyone struggles with constantly building effective content and market it well. Therefore, the goal of the session is to discuss:

  1. Types of Facebook content for beginners to experts
  2. Ways to post a variety of content (live demonstration)
  3. Different ways to market your content/event


When: Jun 10, 2020, 02:30 PM Eastern Time (the US and Canada)

Find a recorded session link here:

Access Password: @Reboot3


Image sizing ratio for Facebook posts and pages

  • Profile picture: 2.83  X 2.83 inches (170 x170 pixels)
  • Cover photo: 13.66 X  5.2 inches ( 820 X 312 pixels)
  • Recommended upload size of images as a post: 20  X 10.46 inches (1,200 x 628 pixels)
  • Square Photo: Minimum 2. 56 X2.56 inches (154 x 154 pixels)
  • Rectangular Photo: Minimum 7.8 X 4.1 inches (470 x 246 pixels)

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