You need a portfolio to showcase your work and skills, but social media portfolios are tricky. What should they include? How should you create and share it?
In this week’s Office Hour, Ruth @ruthbinman will discuss this and more with Dorien Morin-van Dam and Jelle Postma.
Dorien Morin-van Dam @dorien is a Social Media Strategist, International Keynote Speaker, Organic Specialist, Certified Agile Marketer and Community Manager. Dorien has worked in the marketing industry for over 10 years.
Jelle Postma @jelle0908 is a 23-year-old marketer from the Netherlands who is obsessed with content creation, personal branding and learning new things.
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These are awesome tips! Between ISSUU and YouTube and Case Studies – all good stuff here.
I have it written in my contracts that I can use screenshots and info for other clients. Now…I wouldn’t share that with a competitor.
Very smart to put that in your contracts @deb
When we are talking about a physical portfolio, one of the things I learned in art school, was I make each client case study on its own page and then print out 10 copies of each page. Then I can sort those samples dependent on the client I’m meeting with. Sometimes having a big meeting makes you spend time getting ready…that’s great but a pain. So having 10-30 case study examples means I can quickly sort through and pick the ones that would be the most impressive to the client I have a meeting setup with. I can do this in 10 minutes or less
I really like this idea, @deb. Whether is is a PDF, a physical portfolio, a website or just another digital landing page, having a library of content ready to go and available to mix-and-match depending on the current needs will help make it easier to tackle when the time comes to share it. “The best way to eat an elephant is one bite at a time!”