Writing Portfolios: A How-To Guide
You're incredibly proud of your work and you're ready to show it off online. Time to dive into creating an effective and attractive portfolio.
A college student or recent graduate looking for work or a veteran journalist out of work or looking for a better job, needs an online showcase where prospective bosses can find your best work quickly and study your work at length if they’re interested.
Web-based tools continue to proliferate, giving teachers more to add to their arsenal, but it can be hard to determine which resources are worth spending time exploring.
Now more than ever, young journalists need to show how they can help newsrooms navigate the changes they're undergoing. Here are listed 10 steps you can take to become more marketable as a journalist.
If prospective clients don’t know you by reputation, they need a quick, easy way to suss out your work, your style and your level of professionalism. While social media accounts can do wonders (having a few thousand Twitter followers never hurt a freelancer’s credibility), you’ll need more than that as your online calling card.
How to Create a Digital Portfolio
Write a Cover Letter That Gets You the Job
next time you update your resume, switch up a few of those common words and phrases 185 Powerful Verbs That Will Make Your Resume Awesome