Facebook Looks To Boost Your Click-Through Rates With Bigger Pictures

    September 16, 2013
    Chris Crum

Facebook quietly announced last week that it has rolled out larger images for link shares in a move that it says will help boost click-through rates.

The company made the announcement on its Facebook + Journalists page:

The move comes as Facebook shares are said to have reached an all-time high.

There’s no question that images increase the engagement level of Facebook posts, and I’d have to say the bigger the better in that regard. As Pages fight for increased News Feed visibility, this should only help serve to get more posts in front of more people.

[via Search Engine Journal]


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