According to the Social Times, adding a Twitter image to your tweet will generate 18% more clicks, 89% more favorites and 150% more retweets than those without.
Twitter image times 10
In the tweet shown here, I have an image that really makes people want to know what is going on. Then the web link will sent people to my SlideShare presentation that has 10 images.
Imagine that you want to introduce four new products to the marketplace. You can make an enticing SlideShare presentation of 10 or 15 slides. After they see it, people will know the benefits of all four products and will know where to buy them.
You can even add clickable links taking the visitor to a webstore.
Twitter Image dimensions
You do not want to see your logo or an image only partially show up. If that happens to you, delete your tweet and add it again with the correct dimensions.
Here are the best Twitter dimensions:
- Header image: 1500 pixels by 500 pixels
- Profile image: 400 pixels by 400 pixels
- Tweeted images 876 pixels by 438 pixels
A simpler way to get the perfectly sized image in a tweet is explained in the Photo Resizer post. That way you do not have to worry about the Twitter image size in pixels.
The Social Media Scientist said: I collected a dataset of more than 400,000 randomly selected Tweets and the number of times each tweet received a “new school” (native) ReTweet. I then compared 4 of the most popular ways to send images to Twitter: Facebook image links … More
The Social Media Examiner says: On Facebook, for example, the four things people see when sharing a web page are the image, title, description and comments from the person sharing the page. website article posting test. The title and description in this Facebook … Major blogs and publications excel at this, so before you start adding share buttons, take a look at how your favorite publications use share buttons to see what you like the best. When choosing social share buttons, you need to consider … More
Another Social Media Examiner post says: In Twitter days gone by, if you wanted to tag someone in a photo, you had to use a typical @mention in the body of your tweet. Now with the Twitter app, you can tag people in an image without giving up any of your precious … More
In the YouTube video below CampbellMcPherson talks about how to easily source and create original, branded images and quotes to share on your social media accounts.
Peter Enns has been developing websites since 1996. He is a social media blogger and author of a free YouTube tutorial. It’s called 7 Day YouTube and will teach you how to make entertaining videos & animated GIFs.