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Twitter is an awesome platform that you can use to engage with new people and interact with them on your topics of interest. But you have to invest serious time and resources in your profile if you want to be taken seriously. This means that you have to create your own Twitter header, design a professional profile picture and upload high-quality visuals.

Visual Recommended Size
Header photo 1500 x 500 px (3:1)
Profile photo 400 x 400 px (1:1)
Twitter post 1024 X 512 (2:1)
Cards image 1200 x 628 (1.91:1)
Summary card image 120 x 120 px minimum (1:1)
Summary card with large image 280 x 150 px minimum (cca 2:1)

Twitter Header Templates








Twitter profile photo

Every time you create a new account on any social platform, the first visual you have to upload is your profile photo. You want to make sure that your followers will recognize your profile easily. Use files such as JPG, JPEG, or PNG that are 400 pixels x 400 pixels for the best results.

Twitter header

The second visual that will attract attention is the header. You can create an awesome Twitter header by telling something about you, like a short professional bio or just simply design a banner that characterizes who you are and what you do. The Twitter header size has a 3:1 aspect ratio and it’s 1500 pixels x 500 pixels.

Image post

Even if Twitter is not a visual platform, you can still upload single or multiple images, videos, and even broadcast a live event. The best image size to use on Twitter is 1024 pixels x 512 pixels. Also, keep in mind that the maximum file size is 5MB.

Get the Twitter image size right every time

Don’t worry about not knowing the ideal Twitter image size ever again! Start using the most versatile Twitter image maker and create beautiful images or banners. Create an account right now and browse our impressive Twitter Image template gallery.


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Robert Katai
Robert Katai is the Product Marketing Specialist at Creatopy. His work was featured on Adweek, Entrepreneur, Marketing Profs, Content Marketing Institute and other places.

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