Greenhouse Recruiting uses some basic values to give your job post a consistent and professional appearance when it's posted to social media.
However, if you want more control over how the post previews appear on your page, follow the steps in this article. Click here for more information on the optimal image sizes for different social media sites.
Open Graph Protocol
Social networking sites like LinkedIn use something called the Open Graph Protocol to determine what content is used when a link is posted. While there are many different available options, here are five items that are relevant for job posts.
og:title- The title used website preview
og:description- The description used in the website preview
og:image- The image used in the job post
og:url- The job post's URL
Controlling job post appearance through page headers
To control the metadata outlined above, you'll need to add or edit the tags located within the
<head> section of your the page hosting your job board. Then, when a social media site references your job post to generate a preview, it can pull in your defined values.
If any values are missing when the social media site tries to generate the preview, the site will use the title of the page and the first image it comes across, regardless of quality.
Updating your company logo in Greenhouse Recruiting
Even if you don't have access to a developer or use a Greenhouse-hosted job board integration, you can still update your company logo and job board description to affect the appearance of your job posts.
To update your company logo, navigate to the job board and upload a new logo. (Configure Job Boards & Posts Edit Board Settings upload logo)
Visit this resource for recommended image sizes to use in Greenhouse Recruiting.