Welcome to socialsizes.io the biggest source for free social media templates. Here you will find templates for the most popular social networks in the world. Our missions is to be the best source for designers and creators to get their content for social done faster. Currently we offer templates for 14 networks with 60 templates in total.
The templates are made for the most popular design tools today. So you must own a copy of either: Sketch, Figma, Adobe XD or Adobe Photoshop to take advantage of them. The prices for some of these design tools can be a bit pricy for beginners. We recommend using Figma as it's free and runs in your browser. That means that you don't have to have a big expensive computer to get started with the social media templates.
Want to create a new cover photo for you facebook page? or maybe create a new ad campaign for your business? The first thing you would usually do is to open your design tool. The next thing you would probably be asking yourself is: what size should you make this new photo or video in?
Don't worry we got you.
You can find all the sizes and social media templates for facebook you need by clicking the button below. Just select what network you would like sizes from. In this case you would pick facebook. Then just choose your desired design tool and the download will begin immediately. In seconds you will have the social media template for facebook up and running.Download free templates
What is the size for linkedin posts? what's the size for linkedin banners? What about the profile background? Yes, we have all been there. It's super hard to find the correct sizes to use for LinkedIn. Often images will get cropped or displayed incorrectly. When this happens important text on your image could be hidden. The best and only way to avoid this is to use the correct dimensions.
These dimensions are often hidden somewhere in a help center. A horrible experience. You just want you business page or profile to look good right? Well, the way you do this is to use a template for LinkedIn. I personally make sure that all the sizes are up-to-date, so you don't have to worry about your content being cropped.
Should it be the case that your content gets cropped - please don't hesitate to contact me. I do my best to keep this site up to date - but it can be quite hard with all the changes happening on all platforms. Anyways, you can find all sizes and social media templates for linkedin by clicking the button below and clicking the "LinkedIn" icon.Download free templates
What is the twitter post size you might be wondering? Yes, it's a mess to figure out. Often when you post something on Twitter half the image will get cropped. So why does this happen? Quite often it's because your using the wrong image size or dimensions.
The best way to make sure your content will look good is to use our free social media templates for twitter. The are always up to date with the latest sizes. Yes but how will you know if a size has changed? In the top of this page you'll find a form field where you can put in your email address. When you hit "Notify me". You'll be on the list for updates to any size or dimensions used in the templates.
So next time you won't be creating a twitter post size that's using the old sizes. You'll always know when to go download a new template for your next twitter post. To get the templates just hit the button below and click the twitter logo. You'll be scrolled to the twitter section automatically and can select which design tool you want templates for.Download free templates
Okay, so you've created your Twitch account and you are now looking for ways to make your channel stand out from the rest. One way to do that is to have a great cover photo and profile picture or avatar as Twitch calls it. On SocialSizes we have the templates you need to get started. All you need is either Sketch, Photoshop, Figma or Adobe XD. So first, go download one of these applications.
The twitch profile picture is very important and really make you stand out from the rest. Most users on twitch either choose a real image of themselves or a personal logo. Both have pros and cons... but if you are just starting out I'd highly recommend you go with just a picture of yourself. Nobody trusts or wants to see a person without a face - that's also why the most popular streamers are those where you can actually see the person streaming. (Another good reason to get a webcam if you don't own one).
If you have gained traction you can start to incorperate a "personal branding" logo for your channel. A good example of a streamer doing this is BreaK. He uses a bear as a logo that is easily recognizable.
Ready to get started? In the template for Twitch a bit further down you'll find the perfect size to use for your profile picture. Just download the free template below to get started.
Looking to create a cover image for your twitch channel. Then look no further. We got the template you need. All you have to do is to download the free template below. You do that by clicking the button and clinking on the Twitch logo. Different design tool options will appear. Just click the design tool you want to use, open the file and get started with your masterpiece. It's that simple.
Alright, so you've downloaded the social media templates and your ready to get started creating your next image or video. Now you might be thinking how do you make this post or piece of content so good that people want to click / engage with it. It's actually not that hard if you follow these three simple rules.
In the social media landscape it can be quite tricky to get peoples attention. Nonetheless that's the first step to create a great post on social. With images think simple and straight to the point. Don't overuse colors and text. Keep it simple. With video make sure your first 1-2 seconds has something that draw people in. It could be a product that slides in from the side or something that blinks. People have it wired in their brains to pay attention to things that move.
People don't read long sentences unless it's a really great and captivating story. So first of all, write for skimming. That means, shorten your sentences. Use simple words that aren't hard to read. Don't use buzzwords unless your target audience is very familiar with them. Add statistics or numbers that support your copy - people love numbers. According to research by conductor headlines with numbers are 36% more likely to generate clicks. That's a lot more clicks. Last but not least. Use more periods. It makes everything easier to read.
Create. Post. Measure. Repeat. It's that simple. You might not get it right the first time. No one usually will. You have to test and figure out what works and then make what works even better.
To sum up: It’s more important than ever that you monitor your brand and keep in touch with your audience. Start by creating quality content. Then post that content across all of your social media platforms, just as you would a blog. Measure what's happening and use that information to create even better content next time around.