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How to Create a Perfect FB Cover Photo for your Music Studio Page

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Sara Campbell / Savvy Music Studio

First impressions matter, right? Well, your studio’s cover photo is your FIRST chance to make a good impression on Facebook.

Canva is ONE of my favorite photo editing tools, and they make it easy to create stunning cover photos.

Since I had to do some editing this week, I thought I’d make a little tutorial for you all! It comes with a free template to help you make sure that your cover photo size is right.

In this video I’ll teach you how to consider centering / sizing for business page cover photos, group cover photos, and I’ll give you a little sneak peek into how I’m using Units to organize my private FB groups.


  1. Is your cover photo sized correctly for desktop?
  2. How about for mobile? (Yeah. Those are two different sizes.)
  3. What about the story it tells about your studio… who you serve… how you serve them? Does it give any hints as to where they can find you?

**not every cover photo needs all of these elements, but one or two strong elements can make your cover photo eye-catching! 


The #CoachSaraBot is ready to roll! Just click this link and she’ll give you the download in Facebook messenger.  She’ll also send you a simple video that shows you how to open the template in Canva. 

Catch more business, mindset, and awesometicity tips here on the coaching page every Wednesday at 12pm ET.

Thanks for reading and listening! Stay savvy stay you. 

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