Want to join Reedsy as a web designer? Here’s how you can nail your profile and access high-quality projects.

In today’s competitive book market, authors understand the importance of having a great website — they want one that helps them sell more books while simultaneously building their reputation as an author. Reedsy connects these authors with web developers like you, to help them turn their visions into reality.

To help you create a client-attracting profile, we wanted to share the profiles of these three web professionals. Let’s see what they’re doing right.

1. Tessa Elwood Shares Her Process



Your Reedsy profile is much like a portfolio: you want to use it to convince authors to work with you. And since most authors searching for web developers know little about the subject, what better way to demonstrate your value than to give them a quick step-by-step breakdown of what you can offer?

In her Overview, Tessa Elwood practices this by beginning with an explanation of her process for working with new clients, making it crystal clear how she’ll move from one step to the next.



Then she helps potential clients understand which services she provides, including the detailed functionality she’s able to build for their sites. Just by reading her profile, the author can already see the value she would offer them.



2. Joelle Reeder Gives Details On Every Project



In her profile, Joelle Reeder goes into great detail about her various Projects, making it easy for authors how she can help them. Not only does Joelle describe the solutions she provided to each client, she also gives us context about the author and their work — demonstrating knowledge of the market.

For each project, Joelle also includes multiple screenshots of the final website on multiple devices. Just as when you’re writing, when it comes to your Reedsy profile, “show, don’t tell” is always a good rule to follow!



3. Liam Fitzgerald Makes Use of Client Testimonials



A happy client is worth a thousand words. Liam Fitzgerald knows this, which is why he includes short client testimonials in his “Overview.” This instills confidence in authors browsing his profile that he is the right person for the job.



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