|By Dan Gasser, Marketing Specialist at Eagle|
- Experience: This could be a page that looks like your resume, or it may even be a link to download your resume. This is also a great spot to include references, testimonials and samples of past work you've done.
- Blog: Blogs are a great way to build a reputation as a thought-leader. A blog entry doesn't always need to be thought-provoking, but can be as simple as your opinions and reviews of new products and best practices in your industry. If you do create a blog, remember to update it regularly.
- Online Store: Some independent contractors have developed programs or published books. You can use apps and services like PayPal to easily create and manage an online store.
- Personal Side: You probably don't want to publish pictures of what you did last weekend, but nothing says you can't be human. Have a page that shows your personal side so clients, recruiters and colleagues can get to know you better.