How to Upload Your Portrait and Company Logo

Having your portrait and company logo on your LAND.com Network property listings can set your listing apart and build brand reputation, connecting you to your buyers in a more personal manner. This should be one of the first things you do when creating your seller account on Lands of America or Land And Farm. To prepare, you will want to re-size your logo and portraits to the correct size before uploading so they will display as expected. You can use a basic program such as paint, or just about any photo editor to get started yourself. Here are the sizes you need to be aware of in pixels by width x height:

  • Portrait Image: 150 x 200 pixels
  • Search Results Logo: 115 x 75 pixels
  • Company Logo: 325 x 125 pixels

To get started, login to your Lands of America seller account, mouse over ‘Account’ from the top menu, and scroll down to ‘Upload Portrait and Logos’ (see image below):

portrait and logo upload form

Now your portrait image and logo will show up on property search results, your property details pages, as well as your customized seller page. You are now on your way to developing brand recognition and creating a more personal connection with your buyers on Lands of America.

Seller Branding

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