The recent social media outage made one thing clear. Anything placed on a third party website isn’t in your control and could disappear in moments without advance warning.
It doesn’t matter if you are using a social media platform like Facebook or a creative network like Behance and Medium.
Granted these platforms are good to share content and reach a bigger audience.
However, they should be used as a secondary stage in addition to your own website instead of being the main platform.
Imagine directing someone to view your jobs portfolio on a third party platform and the site being down, similar to what happened with the world’s most popular social media platforms? It could cost you a job.
On the other hand, your own website is more reliable and within your control.
For these reasons, it’s important to place your bio / resume and sample works on your own website. This could be in the form of a website or blog.
Imagine directing someone to view your jobs portfolio on a third party platform and the site being down, similar to what happened with the world’s most popular social media platforms? It could cost you a job . KOKAB RAHMAN, Radeya Global Founder & CEO
Think of your website as your online real estate. The longer a website is live, the more valuable it is. Search engines give it greater value and that is good for your site SEO, which can help you rank higher in search engines.
Any new content should be uploaded to your website first.
Thereafter, a link to the content along with summary or the full post can be shared to other social media and creative networks to increase exposure.
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