Quick Guide to Using aiCarousels
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LinkedIn carousels mean sharing more than one image in a single post. You can tell a story or share lots of information by making each image a "page" of your story. It’s a fun and simple way to share more with your friends and colleagues on LinkedIn.
Using carousels allows you to share more in a single post by showcasing multiple images or pages. This way, you can convey a detailed message or tell a longer story effectively.
A carousel post on LinkedIn grabs attention by offering a variety of visuals that viewers can scroll through at their own pace, providing a visually engaging experience.
With more content to explore, carousels encourage your audience to interact with your post, leading to higher engagement and potentially, wider visibility within their network.
Carousels provide an opportunity to get creative with your LinkedIn posts. By creating a visual journey through multiple slides, you can present your content in an imaginative and engaging way.
Sharing a carousel on LinkedIn is easy if you follow these steps. Here is a simple guide to help you:
Begin by creating a PDF with each "page" or image you'd like to include in your LinkedIn carousel. Ensure that each slide is visually appealing and easily readable, especially on mobile devices.
Navigate to the LinkedIn website or open the LinkedIn app on your mobile device. Make sure to log in to your account to start sharing your content.
Click on the "Start a post" or the "+" button, typically found at the top of your LinkedIn homepage, to begin creating a new post.
Select the document icon, usually symbolized by a paperclip or similar, then find and select the PDF you’ve prepared for your carousel.
Upon uploading your PDF, LinkedIn will automatically convert it into a carousel format in your post, allowing viewers to scroll through the multiple pages.
Add a caption to your post to provide context or share insights related to your carousel. Utilize relevant hashtags (#) to improve visibility and connect with broader LinkedIn topics.
Finally, click "Post" or "Publish" to share your carousel with your LinkedIn network, enabling them to interact with your multi-page content.
And that's it! Your carousel is now on LinkedIn for everyone to see. Remember to check your post and talk to people who comment on it.
LinkedIn carousels are a fantastic way to share more with your network. Ready to create your first carousel? aiCarousels is the fastest, easiest way to do so, start now!
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