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Resizing Graphics for Social Media

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I’ve written a lot about social media graphics. This is post #38. Find them all in my list. If you have a business of any sort, I suggest you use at least one social media channel to promote your work.

I have “author” pages on Instagram and Facebook where I create posts to increase follower engagement. I plan to promote my historical fiction book and all other writing I publish down the road.




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Julie Ranson

Julie Ranson

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