Is there a better size for your Facebook ads?
Well, actually yes there is!
I’m not going to keep you in suspense – it’s 1200px x 628px.
So, is that the end of the story?
No!
Today I’m going to show you the easiest way I know of to create Facebook Ads images and that is using my favourite free online graphic design tool called Canva.
If you haven’t heard of it before then HOORAY for you and today is probably going to be a turning point for you in making great imagery for your online and offline marketing. I recommend checking out some of the other Canva videos on my YouTube channel of you find you are getting stuck with certain aspects of this lesson.
Check them out here: www.youtube.com/c/natashaberta
If you have heard of Canva then hooray for you because today you’ll be learning that it can also improve your Facebook ads 🙂
Also, for some of you 1200px x 628px actually doesn’t mean much.
Let’s get straight to it.
Open up Canva www.canva.com and log in or create an account.
Then follow along with this video tutorial:
How did you go?
Please pop any questions in the comments below or simply share the image you came up with.
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