Nonprofits can upload their logo, add a header image, share news, and add products & services. LinkedIn members can follow nonprofits to stay updated on their news and recommend their products & services.
I like how organizations (and companies) can add a thumbnail image for their products & services. The product or service has its own page on LinkedIn with a description and a link can be included to that product's page on the organization's website.
Examples of products & services listed:
- The American Red Cross lists donating blood and disaster relief as services. The disaster relief page has a link to their newsroom on their website.
- The American Cancer Society lists Relay for Life (which has 52 recommendations) and their blog as products. The Relay for Life page has a link to the Relay for Life website and the blog page has a link to their blog.
Listed below are links to LinkedIn pages for nonprofits that I think are great examples. These organizations have updated their pages with their logo and banner images. They have also listed products & services. Most of these organizations keep their followers updated by posting videos, photos, news updates, and links to their website.
American Cancer Society
American Heart Association
National Kidney Foundation
Invisible Children Inc.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
The World Bank
Action Against Hunger | ACF-USA
The Nature Conservancy
Links for more information about LinkedIn pages:
HOW TO: Claim Your Nonprofit’s “Company Page” on LinkedIn (from Nonprofit Tech 2.0)
Company Pages - Frequently Asked Questions (from LinkedIn)
LinkedIn Offers Personalized Banner Image For Company Pages (from Business 2 Community)
What are your favorite nonprofit pages on LinkedIn?