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Facebook has quietly removed the 20 percent text rule for page cover photos. In case you weren't aware, since March, Facebook had a guideline stipulating that cover photos on Facebook could not include more than 20 percent text.
The rules have been changes AGAIN for facebook covers. But one thing that never changes, or should I say three things that ShortStack has pinpointed, are:
• don't over crowd the space
• don't be too sales-y
• don't forget the power of a picture
These are certainly much more gentle, QUALITATIVE guidelines than strict QUANTITATIVE rules. One thing has not changed and that is really subjective which makes it ever harder to evaluated. Use good taste, be discerning and design a great cover that invites people to want to know more and engage with you.
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