Hello, beautiful greenCOW members and people considering becoming a member of greenCOW!
Kayla here. I just want to touch bases and give you some tips on filling out your greenCOW profile. greenCOW differs from other coworking spaces because we go beyond being a "place to work." We're also a community founded on positivity and professional development.
When people visit the greenCOW website, they don't just see our amenities, spaces, and events: they see you. All members of greenCOW get an easy-to-edit profile on our website that can drive leads and traffic to them and their business. You can update your profile by logging into your greenCOW account.
There are 3 easy steps to effectively filling out your profile:
1. A Strong Bio with Links & A Professional Picture
Marisa Moon has a great bio! It isn't too long, and it clearly states her experience and expertise. She also has embedded links to her website, her blog, and her podcast. This makes her approachable and easy to find. There is a balance with links, however; You don't want to overload your audience with too much information at once. The purpose of the profile is to peak interest and introduce yourself to possible opportunities. She also has a great headshot.
2. Link Your Social Media
Barbara's profile has links to all of her social media, and she has her twitter feed set up to update on the righthand side.The feed is alongside the bio and keeps your page active instead of static. It also makes you easy to approach! You can see under her name that she has linked her website, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram. Unlike bio links, there is no need to worry about balance here: add your platforms and stay connected!
3. List Your Tags
Even if someone isn't looking at your profile, there is still a chance they can come across your information. Using both tags and categories can help you pop up in other searches. All three of these functions work together to make a well-rounded profile.
Well, that's it from me. If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to reach out. I'm always here to help.
Community Outreach Coordinator