How to easily add your logo on Facebook Live

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First things first: Make sure you have your desired logo/ graphic in a transparent PNG file.

Go to the Facebook Frames Studio and start creating your own frame.

Drag and drop the PNG file and place it in the desired position based on the preview screens on the right.

Adjust the size so it doesn’t hide important parts in your video.

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Once you finish designing, give your frame a name and make sure it’s active immediately. You can add tags for more visibility, especially if you want others to use it.

If you want it to be real public share it and encourage your friends and followers to use it as well. It can be used as a profile photo frame, a regular photo frame for new Facebook posts and your Facebook Live logo.

Once you publish it, it’s out there. The next time you go live from your mobile, click the “wand” button on the bottom left of your Facebook Live screen and scroll through dozens of branded custom frames until you reach yours.

Just an update – you are not allowed to use images of people (real of otherwise) as this will get rejected. I have also found that a nice banner at the bottom of the video with a good graphic really makes your vides stand out.

That’s it, you now have your own Facebook Live logo on mobile.

2018-10-23T02:25:01+00:00By |

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