As soon as Facebook unveiled cover photos, brands began creating apps to capitalize on this new real estate and spread their message to fans. Companies like Mountain Dew made it easy to be the first of your friends to have a cool cover photo design, provided you didn’t mind a little of their branding in there. Think of it like wearing a logo sweatshirt: everyone knows you’ve got the latest design from brand X, because it’s written all over your shirt.

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Written by tiroberts
315 days ago

I've never heard of that one. I'll have to check it out.



Written by Ileane
745 days ago

I have the Timeline Slicer Pro and it is one of the best investments for making new covers. I switch my cover art once a week because I can make new ones in no time at all.



Written by tiroberts
744 days ago

Hi Ileane,

Thanks for sharing such a cool tool. I've never heard of that one. I'll have to check it out. So glad to see your comment. I hope all is well with you and your enjoying the holidays! :)

Ti



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