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Aug 14 Posted 7 months ago
Pictures tell a story, no doubt. And they stand out more in the feed. One question I have about your experience, is posting from the native LI web better than a tool? I know many Twitter tools don't post native, in-line images .. makes me wonder if the same is true for LI. If so, many content managers will need to rethink how they schedule and publish content. FWIW.
Aug 7 Posted 7 months ago
Great article! I have attached larger images on my Company Linkedin page and you're spot on, engagement is a lot higher.
However, I noticed that if people share the post, they are sharing the image attachment rather than the link I am talking about. I dont know how to get around this? I encourage social media staff participation and as a result of staff members sharing these company posts, its not ideal if they are just sharing the large image....
Let me know if you have any suggestions to overcome this.