LinkedIn keeps developing new features to aid content producers in maximizing interaction in the app; this time, it has added a new template option for posts, which offers several text formatting and background options for your LinkedIn updates.
To produce and give visual content more importance on the network, the LinkedIn team announced the launch of two tools.
Using one of the new tools, you can now link to the videos and images you share in posts. Simply make the post with the matching image or video attached, choose "Add link," and then enter the URL and title.
You may choose various customisation options to link, stand out and draw your audience's attention. As opposed to this, readers will see the title you've included in the link as a label within the content, and simply by clicking on it, they will see the URL and the message "Visit link."
Thanks to additional features, you may now use templates as the foundation for your visual content. Simply choose "Use a template" when making the post to get a list of possibilities from LinkedIn.
You have various options, including backgrounds, fonts, and font styles. You may choose from various customisation options to make the link stand out and draw your audience's attention. As opposed to this, readers will see the title you've included in the link as a label within the content, and simply by clicking on it, they will see the URL and the message "Visit link."
Thanks to additional features, you can now use templates as the foundation for your visual content. Simply choose "Use a template" when making the post to get a list of possibilities from LinkedIn. You have various options, including different backgrounds, fonts, and font styles.
Over the past year, LinkedIn has intensified attempts to bring creators to its platform. In September 2021, the company even announced the formation of a $25 million creative fund. The idea of creating a fund to reward creators for creating video for a specific platform wasn't exactly novel when LinkedIn announced the fund; after all, platforms like TikTok, Instagram, and Facebook had all previously announced hundreds of millions of dollars in creator funds to attract more original content to their platforms.
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LinkedIn provides a variety of business solutions, such as talent solutions to assist businesses in hiring by enabling them to find and develop talent as well as post jobs on the platform; marketing solutions to assist businesses in raising brand awareness and generating leads through LinkedIn advertisements; sales solutions to assist businesses in locating prospects and closing deals, and learning solutions to assist businesses in advancing the skills of their staff. Additionally, common professionals can manage their professional identities on LinkedIn with premium subscriptions. The headquarters of LinkedIn is in Sunnyvale, California, where it was established in 2003. Microsoft acquired it in December 2016.