Facebook 20% Text on Cover Image Exemptions
As sometimes happens, Facebook rolls out a T&C amendment without any fanfare. It happened in the week leading up to Easter 2013. If you haven’t yet caught up with these new variations, here they are:
It’s now perfectly okay to include Calls to Action, contact details, pricing information and other previously forbidden information on your Facebook Page’s Cover Image. However, in saying that, all of this information must still comply with Facebook’s maximum of 20% text rule. But there are some exceptions and here they are:
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As always, we’re interested to hear your thoughts and/or questions so please don’t be backwards in coming forwards.