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LinkedIn cover photos give you the chance to add something extra to your professional profile—and there are all kinds of extras you could add! Some people use this space as nothing more than background, just to set a particular mood for their profile. Others use it to show off their design skills by featuring their own artistic creation or visual work. Still others use it to show solidarity with a cause they believe in, such as allyship or equal rights. Last but not least, another fantastic use of this space is as a direct call to action—perfect for consultants, coaches, or really anyone with a B2B sales funnel.
To change your LinkedIn cover photo, log into LinkedIn. In the upper right corner, click the arrow under Me to open the dropdown menu. Then click View Profile. With your profile open, click the camera icon (if you've never uploaded a cover photo) or the pencil icon (if you currently have a cover photo but want to change it). If you already have a photo, then you can use the built-in tools to reposition it, adjust the zoom, or add a filter. If you don't have a photo yet, then select one of LinkedIn's default photos or upload your own—the one you just made in Create, perhaps?
The correct dimensions for a LinkedIn cover photo are 1128 x 191 pixels. (FYI: the cover photo is also sometimes referred to as a "banner.") Whatever you call it, your LinkedIn cover photo is more than a background element. The smartest networkers use this space to reinforce their brand, highlight their skillset, and make a direct appeal or call to action. The cover photo may be narrow, but it's more than enough space to draw attention and make a compelling offer.