Get Recognized. Start With This Tip to Improve Your Facebook Practice Page

Get Recognized. Start With This Tip to Improve Your Facebook Practice Page

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A more in depth look at our 1st no-brainer tip for improving your practice's Facebook page.

Tip #1: You’ll want to pick a profile picture that will be easy for your fans to recognize as you. This could be anything from a practice logo to a headshot of yourself.

Being recognizable is important to getting found and Liked, not only does it appear on your Facebook page, but it’s also used:

  • When you post to your page or someone else’s page
  • When you comment or reply to another post
  • In Facebook Ads
  • In Facebook search results
  • In Facebook’s places search results

Choose wisely, this is your chance for a great first impression.

Many practices make costly profile photo mistakes, however you can avoid the most common pitfalls by following these easy guidelines:

  • They’re square – There’s no getting around this. The image is 180×180 pixels and Facebook will automatically size it down as needed, so choose a photo that will be best seen as square.
  • Make sure it looks good when small – In some places, it can get very small so shrink your prospective image down to make sure it still looks great.
  • Use a logo or face – You can’t cram a lot of text or images and make it look good at the small sizes we’re talking about. So keep your profile photo simple and recognizable.
  • Avoid using text – Other than your logo, avoid using text. It will simply be unreadable at the small sizes Facebook uses.

Personally I prefer photos of the doctor or doctor and staff over logos. People receive their chiropractic care from people not brands. My two cents.

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19 No-Brainer Tips to Improve Your Practice Facebook Page Today

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