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2021 Social Media Image Sizes

January 5, 2021 / Maddie Wilson  >

This updated article for 2021 gives you the inside scoop on the best dimensions to follow when making posts on Instagram and Facebook. Includes a free downloadable all-in-one guide, so you can refer back to it quickly while designing!

Buying a Cheap Logo: Pros & Cons

December 16, 2020 / Maddie Wilson  >

There are many platforms on the internet now which offer exceptionally cheap logos that you can buy instantly. While cheap and fast logos may sound appealing, we explore the pros and cons of doing this versus investing in getting a logo professionally designed.

Sydney's Best Venues to Celebrate Xmas in 2020

December 9, 2020 / Tom McParlane  >

With the year we've had in 2020, we deserve a little celebration. That's why I've compiled a list of wholesome venues around Sydney that are getting into the Christmas spirit this December to bring some cheer to you good folk at home.

SDS x The PR Pod: Instagram vs Facebook

November 30, 2020 / Judy Seto  >

Naomi Ross from Sydney Design Social sits down with Brooke Burns of The PR Pod to discuss Instagram vs Facebook. How do they differ from each other, and which is better for your business? Tune in to this podcast episode to find out more!

5 Pro Tips to Run a Social Media Competition

November 24, 2020 / Jessica Spork  >

Social media competitions are a great way to build follower count, increase organic reach and brand visibility and something all brands should consider incorporating in their social media strategy.

Downloadable 2021 Marketing Calendar

November 19, 2020 / Judy Seto  >

Let's all agree that 2020 was a bit of a write-off. Now on to bigger and better things, hello 2021! Our marketing calendar is full of key dates, perfect for planning your social media strategy.

Instagram Trends for 2021

November 9, 2020 / Tom McParlane  >

While a New Year won't solve a pandemic, it should be a time to reflect on how as a society we've adapted to a new way of life.