2 different Christmas images you can use in a status update this season. They are pre-sized both in dimensions and bytes to fit within Facebook’s image guidelines.
Simply click the image, once on the image hosting page, right-click or control-click and either save image as or save as and download the image.
LNL TV Episode #04
Hi, this is Christina with leads and leverage.com. And I just wanted to wish you a Merry Christmas, you know, it's that time of year where we just really need to be in the moment and spend time with family and friends and just be with them and enjoy them. And, you know, just make sure you're doing that this holiday season. And one of the things that I wanted to tell you about using your Facebook,
if you use your Facebook for this holiday season and go on there and connect with people you haven't connected with, you're already connected with them, but say something to them, them, you know, wish them a joyous season, you know, whatever it is that you need to say, say something special to them, and don't have a sales message in it.
Just say something special to people, connect with people, be in the moment. And when it comes to right now, between now and new, year's use this time to plan for 2015. If you haven't already use this time, you know, it's not a time that people do a lot of well, I mean, people probably do, but just take some time,
not only to spend time with family friends, but take some time for yourself and to kind of reflect on what you want, what you got this year and what you want next year, I'm talking about personal achievements achievements. I'm not necessarily talking about money and things. So just be in the moment, be in the space that is right now and enjoy it.
And as a Christmas gift for you, I'm giving you a precised Christmas image that you can use in your Christmas posts today or tomorrow, you know, the next couple days. So anyway, if there's a link right below and you can just go and download that, that image, and it's precisely at the 1200 by 1200 Facebook determined size for a status update.
So I just wanted to say, have a Merry Christmas, enjoy your time, enjoy the moment. And I'll see you on the other side. Talk to you later.