How do I edit my Profile?
To edit your profile, follow these steps:
The Corporate Profile displays all necessary information about your company. Our Corporate Profile page allows you to add additional information about your corporate account.
Come up with a name that has recall and echoes your brand.
What should I use as a company name?
Your corporate account's display name must be an actual company name and not your company's tag line, slogan, mission, or vision (maximum of 25 characters).
This summarizes what your business is all about. This short statement will be displayed on your bid card and profile page (maximum of 50 characters).
Make a good first impression to employers by having a logo that’s appropriate for your business. The recommended resolution is 280x280 pixels and the maximum file size is 2MB.
The profile description of your corporate account should include all essential information related to your company (maximum of 1000 characters).
Corporate accounts have the option to select their preferred review and have it displayed on their profile page.
You can change the featured review anytime by going to your profile page and clicking "View More Reviews" on the feedback portion of your profile. Choose your preferred review and click the "Feature this Review" button on it. There is currently no limit on changing your featured review.
A specified corporate badge will be added to your corporate profile. This will showcase to future employers that your account is on a business type.
Corporate members can add their preferred cover photo without any paid membership plan. The cover picture must be between 1920 and 3840 pixels, with a height of at least 550 pixels.
We’re taking a step further towards more authentic profiles on Freelancer.com. Your personal profile will showcase your true self and build more trust with your clients.
Your display name will now show your personal name. This encourages more employers to build trust, thus giving you the chance to land more projects.
Your name and initial of your last name will be used instead of your username in public areas, for example the Freelancer directory.
Your full name may only be used privately with users you have a relationship with, for example if the user is in your contact list or you have worked on a project with them.
Your profile picture should be a high quality profile image of yourself. The recommended resolution is 280x280 pixels and the maximum file size is 2MB.
This should specify the line of work that you do as a professional freelancer. You can use your work title, the areas of work that you specialize in, or your very own slogan or tagline (maximum of 50 characters).
The summary should include a brief introduction of yourself, your skills and qualifications, and what you can offer or guarantee to potential clients for projects you’d like to complete.
You can personalize your profile page by using a cover photo that complements your personal style. This can added only by users who are on a paid membership plan. The cover picture must be between 1920 and 3840 pixels, with a height of at least 550 pixels.
Can I change my username?
No. Your username is permanent and cannot be changed. To know more, click here.
Can I change my display name in my Profile?
To build trust among users in the marketplace, the display name is now based on a user's personal name or on a Corporate account's company name. As such, the option to change the display name is unavailable.
How do I add a Portfolio to my Profile?
Every Freelancer.com user gets their very own personal portfolio. This is where freelancers can showcase their work for employers to view.
The profile icon on my Profile page is still showing as incomplete. How do I complete my profile?
You can get your 100% profile icon by following these steps:
How do I close my account?
To close your account, follow these steps:
Why is my account suspended?
There are several possible reasons for suspending a user's account:
Why is my account closed?
There are several possible reasons for terminating a Freelancer.com account, including: