How to Make Your Profile Stand Out
We’ve conducted research about what it takes to make a great profile on tispr. We want your profile to be irresistible, so we’ve got Carrie and Nick here to share some helpful tips!
1. What’s in a name? More than you might think.
Using YOUR name on your tispr profile will invoke a sense of familiarity and closeness. People will feel inclined to connect with someone approachable, and using your name will do just that!
Carrie: Carrie Johnson Photography
On the flipside, using a company name will be perceived as highly professional. Customers will trust your work because they will associate a company name with credibility and dependability. Also, are you tired of people mispronouncing your name? If the answer is yes, then you’re a great candidate for a company name as well.
Nick: Tech Savvy Solutions
“Use your name or use a company name.
Whatever works best for you!”
2. A picture is worth a thousand words.
tispr customers want to see you in your environment. If you’re like Nick, get a photo taken in front of your computer. If you’re Carrie, have someone snap a photo of you holding your camera! Also, it’s important to make sure it’s a close up shot with great lighting.
A study done by photofeeler suggests that smiling and dressing professionally is the key to appearing likable, influential, and competent. So dress up and shine those pearly whites for the camera!
Show yourself close up or in action. Lighting is key!
3. Describe yourself.
Customers want to know who you are and what you have to offer. Write a short testimonial of your work experience, what they can expect from the service, and entice them by letting your personality shine through! You’ll have 900 characters to write about yourself, but we suggest keeping it under 500. After all, no one wants to read a novel.
Tell us about your work experience and what customers can expect from your services. Show them who you are, keeping it short and sweet.
4. Don’t leave out the links
Once you’ve captivated customers with your charming description, they’ll likely want to see your work. Link to your personal portfolio, social media accounts, and other websites that showcase your skills!
Complete your profile by linking to your professional social media accounts, website, or personal portfolio.
Now that you’ve read our tips, it’s time to create your profile! We can’t wait to see how it turns out.