23 Creative Examples of Facebook Timeline Cover Images
I noticed that my last post of this type, “23 Examples of Facebook Timeline Cover Images” is still one of the most popular posts on my blog even after months of other posts, so I thought you all might enjoy seeing some more examples of the artwork on display by our musician peers.
Facebook Timeline has settled in and as of March, all business pages are in the timeline format. When I wrote the last one, the option to switch to timeline was barely a week old and I had a hard time finding 23 good examples because the format was so new.
So, as before,
I Present A (Somewhat) Random Collection of Timeline Images From the Music Industry.
I tried to take as wide a sampling as possible. There are a variety of genres, ages, levels of fame, and styles represented in the following list. My goal was not to compare them, but to provide a sampling.
This is what I think about when I look at these:
a) Marketing value (Does it convey who the artist is?)
b) Artistic value (is it interesting to look at? Does it capture attention?)
I did not choose any of these because they have particular merit. Rather than choosing the choicest ones for you, I’d like you to evaluate them for yourself.
What works, and what doesn’t? Which ones are your favorites?
1. The Swingle Singers
2. The Puppini Sisters
3. The Piano Guys
5. Roberta Gambarini
6. Renee Fleming
7. Regina Spektor
8. One Direction
9. Norah Jones
11. Lady Antebellum
13. Josh Groban
14. Janelle Monae
15. Foster the People
16. Diana Krall
17. Dean Martin
18. David Archuleta
19. Daft Punk
20. Cyrille Aimée
21. Charlotte Church
23. Academy of St Martin in the Fields
Just a quick refresher on the rules…
The following items are banned by Facebook from the large cover image at the top of the new page:
- Price or purchase information, such as “50% off” or “Download it at our website”
- Contact information, such as your website address, email address, mailing address or other information you should put in your Page’s “About” section
- References to Like or Share, or any other Facebook site features
- Calls to action, such as “Get it now” or “Tell your friends.”
Which ones were your favorites? Tell me on the comments below.