How to be consistent in your branding

via How to be consistent in your branding

I need to learn how to add my logo and place banners on my social media sites.

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4 Responses to How to be consistent in your branding

  1. Dan Antion says:

    Unfortunately, the social media sites don’t seem to agree on size for logos or banners. We had to work pretty hard to get a consistent looking banner across all the platforms we’re on. Good luck.

    • I wouldn’t even know how to begin making banners for social media so I don’t know if I would really use them that much.

      • Dan Antion says:

        I just use a photo that I like. The problem is getting it the right size, because they all require a different size image. If you wanted information on the image, you really need someone who is familiar with a graphic program.

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