Being the new kid on the blogosphere block can be really overwhelming and frustrating.
Whether you are just starting out or have been around for a little while (or you deleted your old blog and are starting over), you probably feel frustrated and overwhelmed. It always feels like everyone else is getting more hits, making more money, and doing it better than you.
If you’re like me, you spend a lot of time on Pinterest and inevitability at the beginning of every month (if you follow a lot of bloggers) your Pinterest starts to look like this:
Have you ever seen a Facebook cover photo that looks amazing on your computer, but looks awful on mobile?
I encountered this exact problem when creating the Facebook cover photo for the EQ page. I dove into making the image at the Facebook recommended dimensions of 851px by 315px. While my cover photo looked great on my computer, something was missing on mobile. And that something was about a quarter of my information that had been cropped off on either side.
This happens because the whole image isn’t displayed on mobile. Facebook displays the full height of the image but crops the sides to fit the much smaller mobile width. Plus the profile picture displays larger, obscuring even more of the cover image.
Therefore, most of these images are the “non-cheesy results” found after wading through hundreds of images on only two different stock images websites.
Click the photo to go to the original posting and download a higher quality image. You need to create a free account to download some of the images. (Always double check that the image you want to use is CC0 (free for commercial-use) in case it changed since I included it in the list or I made a mistake.)