With Recruiterly's content posting functionality, you can easily post images to your profile. This article explains how.

First log in to your Recruiterly account here.
Then navigate to your feed, which is where you can post various types of content. You can learn more here.
To publish a photo, click on the 'Camera' icon, which looks like this:



Once you click on this icon, you'll see the following pop up: 



Here you have two options: 

Upload an image from your computer
Add an image from the web

To upload an image from your computer, simply click on the 'Upload' box on the left hand side. You will then be prompted to choose a file from your hard drive or storage device. Select the file you would like to upload. 

To add an image from the web, click on the 'Add photo from web' box on the right hand side. You will then be prompted to input the URL of the image. 

For this example, we chose to 'Add photo from the web', and we chose an image of Google.

As soon as you input the image URL, you will be provided with a 'Preview' button like this: 



Press the 'Preview' button and you will see something like this: 



As you can see, once you are in preview mode you have the option to add some text to the image so you can add your own comment, or better describe your post. You can even tag your colleagues by starting to type the @ sign. 

Then select the relevant 'Post Setting'. Public for publishing content to your public profile, and company for publishing only to your private company community feed.

Then press Post, and you are all done!

Your post will now appear in your, or your companies feed depending on your choice and will appear on your public profile immediately if you chose that option. 

Don't forget to share your content across your social networks to drive more traffic and potential customers to your profile. You can do this manually by clicking on the three dots in the top right corner of your post, or you can automate your sharing via our social media scheduler.
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