What are profile listings?

A Heritage Web profile is a digital resume and networking tool

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Written by Brandon Austin
Updated over a week ago

A Heritage Web profile listing is a digital resume and networking tool that allows individuals to showcase their professional background, skills, and achievements. It also enables interactions with members and visitors of the Heritage Web network.

Key Sections of a Profile Listing

Every profile listing has the following sections:

  • Your Name: Add your name.

  • Headline: Name of the current business you work for.

  • Profile Description: Summarize your professional journey, strengths, and what makes you unique.

  • Photo & Cover Image: Upload a professional headshot where you're clearly visible for a great first impression. You may add a cover image to enhance your profile’s visual appeal.

  • Education: Add details about your academic background, including degrees, institutions attended, and years of graduation.

  • Languages: List the languages you speak along with your proficiency level in each.

  • Industries: Specify the industries and sectors in which you are professionally involved.

  • Skills: List your professional and personal skills.

  • Licenses: Provide details about any official recognitions or licenses you have obtained.

  • Associations: Mention any professional associations you are a member of.

  • Business Location: List your business locations and working hours.

  • Website: Add a link to your personal or professional website.

  • Video Introduction: Enhance your listing by embedding a personal video introduction.

  • Social Media: Add links to your social media pages, including LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube channel.

  • Calendly Integration: Enable Calendly integration to allow visitors to schedule meetings directly through your profile.

  • Community Affiliations: You can use this section to list your community affiliations.

Important Features

Review important features of profile listings:

  1. Individual Profile: Each profile represents a single individual.

  2. One Profile Per Member: Members can publish one profile per person.

  3. Free Profiles: Publishing a profile on Heritage Web is free.

  4. Sponsor Profiles: Profiles can be upgraded to a Sponsor profile for greater exposure within the network.

  5. Profile Review Process: The Heritage Web team manually reviews all new profiles and subsequent updates before publishing them on our network to ensure accuracy and professionalism.

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