There are four different post types in IMPACT+:

Each post type is meant for a specific purpose to ensure you can share your content, questions, insights, or updates in the most effective way.

We'll break down each style of post and when to use them below.

Post

This is the default posting style in IMPACT+ and is primarily used for written content.

It is optimized for long-form content, meaning you can use the dynamic formatting bar featured below to create subheaders, bulleted lists, etc. This not only allows your content to be more visually appealing in IMPACT+, but it also allows search engines to crawl and find your content!

We've found this post style to be most valuable for asking questions or sharing insights that you want the community to learn from and share their thoughts on.

Post style

Examples of Post style posts:

Image

This post style is meant for image-focused content. You can drag and drop images from your desktop or upload them directly to IMPACT+.

The platform will then work to optimize the image size and height/width to best showcase the image(s) you upload.


This post style allows you to upload multiple images with a carousel functionality (see examples for more details).

We've found this post style to be most valuable for sharing graphs, dashboards, or graphics that you have created!.

Post style: Image

Examples of Image style posts:

Video

This post style is meant for sharing external video links that have been uploaded to websites such as YouTube, Vidyard, Loom, or Wistia.

We recommend using this post style when looking to get feedback on a marketing or sales video you created, to showcase a new editing style you used in a video you published.

Examples of Video post styles:

Link

This post style is meant for sharing external articles or website links.

We recommend using this post style when looking to share content you found interesting or valuable, new resources members should check out, or link to your website or a website page for members to share thoughts and feedback about.

Examples of Link post styles:

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