"Tag" your Individual Pieces of Content

Tagging content helps your CV rise in rank above the others and show up on our brand new Talent Directory. We can further help enhance your ability to be seen by clients with tagged content that shows relevancy for specific industries. Sorting out your content by category, role, and type will help your CV out greatly. 

Specify your job Role(s), Categories and Content Types

These fields tell the world what you do. For example, you are a Writer who specializes in Finance and produces ebooks, blog posts, and website copy. If you've been accepted to our freelancer marketplace, these fields also help us match you with open job opportunities.

Create Sections and Organize your Work

Sections can be specialities, content types, publications, your top 10 ... really anything you can imagine to organize your content. If you had a profile before ClearVoice launched CVs, you'll have one default category for all your content called "Untitled." Oof... you'll want to change that asap! 

Once you have sections created, drag and drop content to reorder it and use the up/down arrows to move sections up or down. You can also star content to feature it at the top of a section.

Add context to your content and projects

Now you can add a description, the role you played, and type of content it is to every project. This allows potential employers to view your work with more context. ie: What was the goal? Were you writer or editor?

Include Personal Branding

With CVs, you can personalize a background image, bio, tagline, and the thumbnail associated with every piece of content. Add your social pages and website to give viewers more information.

Tell us your location, languages, and education

We've added these fields to help you share even more about yourself. Some clients are looking for freelancers fluent in certain languages or based on geographic location.

Let us know if you have any questions during the process of refining your portfolio at support@clearvoice.com. We'd be happy to help!

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