Getting Good With Thumbnails

This week’s training is all about thumbnails, whether it’s on YouTube or Facebook. Thumbnails need to be easy to read for the viewer, if not, you’ll risk losing their interest and losing that view. So the best way to think about when making your thumbnails is to keep them simple, easy to read and not too cluttered.

Using Canva we can easily create simple, easy to read thumbnails that are sure to grab the attention of the viewer and avoid any drop that may come from poor thumbnail design.

As I usually state in these training videos, drive your decisions by data. If your thumbnails are beginning to drive the CTR down then maybe it’s time to rethink the design of them and aim for that high CTR.

Be sure to leave any suggestions in the comments section for any future training videos.

Cheers 🙂

– Morgan

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