How to add images/media to the asset library

In this article, you will learn how to upload media to the CareerArc asset library

Great imagery on social helps your posts stand out and attract your audience. Posts with images are essential for engaging with your audience. The asset library should reflect the voice of your brand and represent the functions and experience of a job. 

The CareerArc asset library is the place for you to upload your media to connect to your posts and campaigns. From the asset library you are able to add, create, or edit your media assets.

Users can upload the following media types to the asset library: Images, GIFS, Videos. Note: images and GIFs must be at least 400px wide to be successfully added to the asset library. 

Steps to adding media to the asset library: 

To add media to the asset library select Library > Assets:

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This will take you to the asset library page, showing all the media assets already added to your account. On this page you can filter the assets you are viewing across the top of the page. Filter options include the asset name, labels, brands associated with the asset, EB Categories, job post settings, and media type. Many of these categorizations can be added and edited within the asset detail page.

In this example we have used the "driver" keyword to filter the job titles to show all the jobs with the word "driver" in the title. 

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Upload images

To add a new image to your asset library select Add Media > Upload files.       Polaris-Collaborative-Consortium-Demo-__1_.png

 

From here you can drag and drop your files to the image upload box, or you can click to upload/select the files from your hard drive. 

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Once you have selected the images you would like to upload, select the submit option. The page will redirect to the list of assets in the system, showing the latest uploads at the top of the page. Your asset is now ready to be categorized, so it can be used in posts across the system. Select the name of the asset you would like to categorize. This will open the Asset details screen, providing the following options on the details page: 

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  • Name: edit the name of the asset
  • Labels: labels are used to categorize your assets, so you can find them easily via search. Labels are different than tagging images, and they have no connection to the automated posting in CareerArc. 
  • Edit: select the edit icon below the image to edit the image using the image editor.

To adjust the posting rules for the image, select the Posting rules tab on the top left of the page just below Details:

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Now that you are on the Posting rules page, you can select the following options:

  • Brands: designate the specific brands that are approved to be used with this image for posts.
  • Job posts: If this is Off, the image will not be used for any job posts. If this is set to All jobs, this image is allowed to be used for all job posts. If this is set to Specific jobs, you can use our job tags filter to define the specific jobs that can use this image in posts. 
  • Employer brand posts: this allows you to select specific employer brand categories where this image can be used for posts.

Once you have edited your posting rules, select Save to return to the asset detail page:

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The image you edited will be at the top of the page showing the name of the image, the amount of matching jobs based on your posting rules, and the EB category assigned to the image:

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Images can always be edited later by selecting the name of the image and following the same steps outlined above. 

Deleting an image can be done with our bulk menu selection on the Assets page. Select the images you would like to delete with the checkbox to the left of the image and then the delete option that appears at the top of the page:

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