This post brought to you by MiO Energy. All opinions are 100% mine.
This has been a whirlwind summer for us. One of the things about summer is the need to stay hydrated during all of our outdoor activities. With the heat and humidity what it is, the one thing we always carry with us is bottled water. However, the kids aren’t crazy about unflavored water. We discovered MiO Energy and now bottled water is fun. The kids love all the different flavors and I appreciate the ease of being able to mix up everyone’s favorite without the mess of powdered drink mixes.
MiO Energy offers a great way to enhance plain bottled water and now they have a way to enhance your Facebook page. Ever since Facebook rolled out the new timeline, I’ve found it difficult to choose that one perfect Facebook cover photo. Not only do I have to choose a cover photo, I have to decide what picture to use for a profile picture. My profile picture has basically remained unchanged. I have very few photos of our family and it was a no-brainer for me to use the most recent one for my profile.
Now the cover photo is a whole different matter. I’ve rotated a few of my favorite photos of our kids, our house in the snow, our house with a hot air balloon floating over top, and even photos of our local university. I’ve just never been able to decide on just the right one. Well, MiO Energy has come up with a Facebook Photo Generator Tool which lets you showcase all your favorite photos. It’s the MiO cover photo!
Having already tried a few of the Facebook cover photo generators out there and basically ending up with mosaics which didn’t allow me, or anyone else, to enjoy these favorite photos, I was skeptical at first. This one is different and so very easy to generate.
I simply started with a MiO energy custom design, and then clicked “add photo” to insert my favorite photos from my Facebook albums. It was easy to position the images using the “Scale and Rotate” sliders. I played with mine a bit wanting to perfect it. After all, these are my favorite photos!
Once it was just the way I wanted it, I clicked “Download image” to copy my new MiO Energy cover photo to my desktop. From there, I uploaded it to my Facebook timeline. What do you think?
I only wish I had taken a ton of pictures so I could capture my favorites into my MiO cover photo. Now that I’ve figured out how easy it is, I’ll be more likely to snap all those special pictures so I can change my cover photo as often as the seasons change.
Now it’s your turn … give it a try!