Having a professional portfolio website is the easiest way to display your work in one place. It’s an extension of your professional brand so it must match the quality of your work. You could be the next Rachel Morrison, but you could miss out on jobs if you have an unusable website. It’s now easier than ever to create your own website, no coding required. Keep these tips in mind when you’re building your site.
Rachel Woloshin is the Marketing Manager at ProductionHUB. Throughout her marketing career, she has worked with companies in a wide variety of industries, ranging from Silicon Valley tech and venture capital to healthcare and higher education institutes. Rachel helps the ProductionHUB team build and expand their online presence. Connect with her on Twitter @woloshinr.
Every year, video content is at the top of the marketing mix wish list, but it has yet to become a mainstream marketing tactics achievable by most brands and advertisers. By the time Q4 comes around, marketers plan to delegate money from the budget to video for the next year, but those videos rarely get made. Or if they do, video content is only produced for a month or two and forgotten like the rest of your New Year’s Resolutions.
Long gone are the days of graduating college, finding a suitable desk job, and retiring after 30 years of working at the same company. The Recession of 2008 forced many professionals out of the corporate mold, demanding them to rethink what the road to success could be. The rise of online networking and smartphones paved the way for a new marketplace for employment: the gig economy.