3 Things You Still Shouldn’t Do With Your Facebook Cover Images

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. This rule caused both confusion and frustration among business page owners. It was often hard to judge whether or not a cover image was in compliance. And some brands seemed to get away with breaking the rules, while others didn't.

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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. This rule caused both confusion and frustration among business page owners.

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