Posted by +Toby Stein on behalf of the Pages team:

Correction: space between images is 15px, not 25px as stated in the image

Your profile picture and scrapbook photos (the 5 that appear across the top of your page) are key to making a good first impression on visitors to your page. I talked to Googlers Devin Ivester and Barbara Velos, and put together some tips for you!
1. The possibilities are endless!
Consider your scrapbook photos a billboard for your business, an opportunity to express what you and your team are all about.
Present your products, locations, or iconic images like +Google+
Create a panorama, like +Burberry
Or, introduce your team, like +Fox News
Aim for colorful and detailed, like +Google for Nonprofits
Or clean and simple, like our page

2. These photos do not need to remain static!
Change them every week, every day, every month. Keep them interesting to tell your company’s story best.

3. Take advantage of our Creative Kit.
Click the photos tab from your profile, select the image you’d like to edit, and navigate to “Creative Kit.” Quickly and easily spice up your images for holidays, special occasions, or just for fun.

4. You can add photos behind the profile picture.
When users click that picture, it flips over to reveal the one behind. This hidden gem allows you to be quirky (maybe “Boo!” on Halloween) or send a message to your users (for instance, an announcement of a promotion). Just add these to your profile picture album and you’re good to go.

Check out the specifications sheet attached to this post to get a sense of how best to size and format your pictures.
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