So today we’re going to dissect Jessica Gressa‘s page to show you how a great page should look. Then we’ll follow it up with 3 tips to help you easily create a compelling page for yourself.
New Year, New You!
New Year’s resolutions, carving new paths, turning over a new leaf… 2015 means a new opportunity to tell the story of who you are and who you’re becoming.
We’ve put together these exclusive New Year’s tips for updating your about.me page so it makes a first impression online that reflects the true you.
Last Thursday we released our newest app, Intro, which allows you to take your about.me page and easily turn it into a sharable digital business card that actually communicates your identity.
Normal business cards just give the basic facts of who you are, your name, where you work, but they don’t tell others who you are. So to find out more about you, your new contacts will likely turn to Google and land on whatever page they find first. It could be your Twitter, Facebook or some other social media page, but none of those show the full picture of who you are. If you’re trying to put your best foot forward, sharing your about.me page is the best way to showcase who you are, on your own terms.
Writing a good biography is an essential ingredient for creating a great about.me profile. One of the best ways to take advantage of the biography space is to tell your personal and professional story. This allows the public and our other users to get to know you holistically, so they can then be inspired to connect with you. Here are some of the elements of a great biography page that combines both personal and professional information: