In this article, I'll share with you how I created my own branded cover photo for LinkedIn, all within Canva, and reveal all of the details and pitfalls you need to consider.
What was initially a feature solely for Premium members, cover photos now appear to be available to any LinkedIn user, free or paid, who wants to brand their profile. Find out more!
Following in the footsteps of the other major networks, LinkedIn has finally implemented the ubiquitous "cover photo." LinkedIn Premium Members can now upload a 1400 x 425 cover image.
More than two hundred million professionals from around the world enjoy the services of social networking website LinkedIn. Of these, 39 percent pay for the site's premium services. But should you be one of them?
Every business wants to be a trusted expert in their industry. Having the advantage of being an industry thought leader in your niche will give you much needed leverage over competition, resulting in more sales and growth of your business.
LinkedIn has been making a great effort this year to improve the expand the site's internal Search capabilities. LinkedIn recognizes that the professional use of the site has evolved beyond resumes and job postings, and that businesses and professionals are using the site to forge new connections and relationships for a variety of purposes.
LinkedIn has said time and time again that its desire is for its members to only connect with other members with whom they have had previous interaction, either through a shared work experience, school, or as a vendor. Members who don't yet know each other are encouraged to connect only after having been introduced or referred by a shared connection.
LinkedIn released an update for their mobile apps today that is, in a word, gorgeous. The entire app has been rebuilt and revamped to the point that, I'm suprised we didn't have to delete the old app and download an entirely new one.