Google+ Dimensions Cheat Sheet

Fresh off the success of our Facebook Cheat Sheet Infographic, we are happy to launch our new Google+ Dimensions Cheat Sheet for designers, social media managers, and webmasters. This handy infographic acts as a speedy reference for image dimensions for Google+ pages and Google+ Local pages.

Google+ is quickly gaining steam with its arsenal of productivity tools like email and search. As of May 2013, the network had over 500 million users; just how many people use it daily is still up for debate!

This cheat sheet breaks down the changes and will help you professionally update your Google+ page with the correct image dimensions. By using this cheat sheet infographic you’ll never have to guess the proper image sizes again!

Please embed this infographic and/or share it with your friends and colleagues!

A very big thanks to Rajesh Balakrishnan and Saumya Venugopal for their fantastic design!

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Written By Christy

I have over three years of Internet Marketing experience. I prefer to focus on Analytics, CRO, SMM, Local SEO and Link Earning. Search has become more localized and personalized over time and this is exciting to me. Companies who are able to capitalize on these changes will eventually emerge on top.

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11 thoughts on “Google+ Dimensions Cheat Sheet
  1. avatarJay

    Thanks Christy for the great info-graphic post. This is definitely going to help us a lot of time and avoid confusion! Also great thanks to the designers who made it excellent.

  2. This is fantastic and very timely. THANK YOU!

    But will TechWyse commit updating these tips (along with Facebook in April) OR remove them if they change!?! After all who can keep up with these social media guys!

  3. avatarChristy Kunjumon

    Happy to see that this is very useful to all.

    @Leon, Google is promoting G+ in a huge way. They are integrating G+ into all of their products. The latest product from Google i.e. Google Glass is also integrated with G+. so the user base will definitely increase in future :). Thanks!

  4. avatarVanessa Copeland

    Hi Maureen,

    I’m glad you enjoy our image dimension infographics! And yes we plan to update the infographics as these social platforms continue to change. We are actually in the midst of updating the Facebook cheat sheet! Please stay tuned!

  5. avatarrzashida

    I really like the way you presented this article. I was not so open to Google plus in the beginning but it took a minute for me to find a use for it that facebook does not fill. A matter of fact I don’t personally know about 90 percent of the people I network with on Google Plus. I have broaden my knowledge by networking with a lot of bloggers on Google plus.

  6. This is one of my favorite posts on this blog. :) I am relatively new to graphic design but topics like this one will surely help me out. I never really make the best cover photos for Facebook and Google Plus but with this post, maybe I can get better! Thanks for the information. :)

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