Profile photos are necessary all over the social web. Every time you create a profile on a web site, you will likely have an opportunity to upload a photo. Profile photos are usually displayed as small squares less than in inch in size and formatted as a .jpeg or .gif file. The most common profile images are close ups of one’s face. I keep a folder entitled “Profile Pictures” in the “My Pictures” folder on each computer. This gives me a variety of good images to choose from quickly. If you need help preparing your profile images, I suggest you either ask a friend who’s savvy with digital photos or Google “how to crop a photo online.” The results will include a variety of free online photo editing tools.
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Korye Logan is an ad industry veteran. His passion is digital marketing strategy. He is a student of the discipline, studying old schoolers like Ogilvy, Hopkins and Caples and contemporaries like Josh Bernoff, Jakob Nielsen and the Eisenberg brothers. Korye has achieved success as an entrepreneur, creative director, sales executive, writer and marketing strategist. Korye’s portfolio includes work for Aetna, CitiGroup, Coca-Cola, Ford, H&R Block, Habitat for Humanity, HP and more.