Freelancer profile: is it as good as it can be?

Dear member, The new website is now live and we need you to do a final check to ensure it’s completed and then share share share! We are all busy, but half a day’s work at the start of the year ensuring your freelancer profile looks good and is boosted for SEO will pay dividends for the rest of the year.

Here are a few things to look out for:

1) Is your URL correct? – You now have a personalized URL which can include your first name, job title, key skills and/or location. It short be short but still google friendly. Make sure your keyword is in there. Once set and shared it would be a bad idea to change it.

2) Keyword – What’s your SEO keyword? Make sure it’s sprinkled throughout the text and included in the search result.

3) Words – Does your description do you justice? It should be over 300 words long and cover your whole career – and also what you hope to achieve in the future. Compare your profile to other freelancers on the website.

4) Images РLook at your profile with a fresh pair of eyes. Would you hire this freelancer? Images are what really sell you. Are these your best campaigns presented in the best way?

All checked? Now share, share share.

With one click you can share your new profile on any social media account. Every profile includes easy links to Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, G+, Blogger, Tumblr, Pinterest, StumbleUpon… you name it.

More links = more work

Following the law of SEO thermal dynamics, the profile with the most links will get the most hits, will get the most work. Get to work!