The process to upload your own brokerage promotion ad image is straightforward, so you can get your ad published online in just minutes!

Tap on the “Upload your own ad” link and follow these quick steps for each your Facebook image and Web image.


Facebook image

Dimensions must be 1200 x 628 pixels and the image should be nearly text-free

  1. Tap the Upload Image button, and a new window will open

  2. Drag the image file or upload the file manually

  3. Use the cropping tool on the lower left to crop the image to your liking

  4. Tap the “Save crop”


Web image

Dimensions must be 300 x 250 pixels

This should be a separate file than the Facebook image, as the dimensions are smaller and more square-shaped.

Remember the custom text you input above the image for Facebook will not show for web ads, so you may want to include a small amount of readable text into your web ad image to account for that.

  1. Tap the Upload Image button, and a new window will open

  2. Drag the image file or upload the file manually

  3. Use the cropping tool on the lower left to crop the image to your liking

  4. Tap the “Save crop” button


After both ad images are uploaded, cropped, and saved, double-check that everything looks good.

Make sure to tap the checkmark on the lower left that verifies you have full rights to the images uploaded, and that they comply with Facebook and brokerage/state requirements.

Tap Save, then customize the text and targeting before you check out!


A few things to note:

  • The built-in cropping tool is set to each of the image requirements for Facebook and web.

  • The file size limit is 8MB. Here's a handy tool to resize photos if needed.When you upload an image, you may have the pixels set correctly, but the image itself may still be too big. You will want to check your file type. A .jpg or .jpeg is a smaller file type than a .png file. Converting the file type may be needed.

  • It is important to keep in mind that if the proportion of text to image is too high, your ad may not reach its full audience. You can see other recommendations from Facebook here.

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