A LinkedIn banner photo is one prime brand awareness real estate that often becomes an afterthought. Much like how we place importance to your professional business headshots and work experience, maximize your LinkedIn banner photo too! It’s a goldmine of opportunity to create a positive first impression.
Here are the reasons why:
Here are some samples of LinkedIn banners we’ve created for the studio:
Donna Santos Studio – I created this banner to communicate that behind my company name (though it implies one person), is a team. Not a solo operation. The clients can expect we can handle any projects of any size and scale because we are composed of professionals of various specialty and talent.
Michael Stinson – For this client, their location is one of their most significant selling points. He’s also a big fan of Toronto and has always supported his local community, Yonge and St. Clair. We’ve created this hero shot that he used on LinkedIn AND his website and upcoming Christmas card.
Before you start changing your LinkedIn banner photo, take note of these technical requirements for the photo that you can place for maximum display.
|TAB||MODULE||MINIMUM IMAGE SIZE||RECOMMENDED IMAGE SIZE|
|Page||Logo Image||300 (w) x 300 (h) pixels||300 (w) x 300 (h) pixels|
|Page||Cover Image||1192 (w) x 220 (h) pixels||1536 (w) x 768 (h) pixels|
|Life||Main Image||1128 (w) x 376 (h) pixels||1128 (w) x 376 (h) pixels|
|Life||Custom Modules||502 (w) x 282 (h) pixels||502 (w) x 282 (h) pixels|
|Life||Company Photos||264 (w) x 176 (h) pixels||900 (w) x 600 (h) pixels|
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