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    Banned henkie555 is on a distinguished road
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    If you want easy management go for Squarespace or Behance.


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    Behance has been mentioned a lot here!

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    I see everyone suggesting behance, that is my favorite too.
    But i would i recommend using it with linkedin.
    https://help.behance.net/entries/21943890-How-do-I-display-my-work-on-LinkedIn-

    Pinterest is a good one too.
    Last edited by t1p0; 12-30-2013 at 10:09 AM.

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    Wink New to site

    Wow, I am new to the site but the insight provided in this article alone has been very interesting. It's nice finding a place to converse with others about graphic design and related topics.

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    Junior Member hkfoster will become famous soon enough
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    I typically like to host my own portfolio, but for those more technically-inept designers out there I'd recommend Squarespace. It's easy to set up and by default looks pretty darn good. As far as Behance goes, I've just never gotten into it.

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    Junior Member Lolamae has a spectacular aura about Lolamae has a spectacular aura about
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    While I fully recommend having a portfolio of work on Behance I think it's really important to also have your own domain. If you're giving out business cards or referring people to your work it looks far more professional to have www.yourdomain.com and [email protected] than a generic email etc.

    That being said, if you're employed in an agency I don't think having a Behance profile (or similar) is a bad idea. But you'll want your own domain if you're freelance or job hunting.

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    I've been using squarespace for the last couple months and I would recommend their service over behance. I do like how behance is integrated into CC but the overall product isn't as nice or customizable as squarespace. Downside to squarespace is the pricing but I think it's reasonable if you shop hosting elsewhere.

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    Cargo or Behance, saves a lot of trouble

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    I've tried Behance but I wanted a more hands-on approach, so I was thinking of learning wordpress.

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    I've had experience with CargoCollective and 4ormat and have no complaints on both. 4ormat is super easy to use and really lets you build your own website.

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    behance seems like one of the most full featured and accessible

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    Try readymag.com
    The format of magazine is just gorgeous to tell your story/showcase. What's more it could be used for free! Have a good luck

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    I highly recommend you as Prosite.com

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    As you see Many of guys mentioned about Behance that i also think the best one.

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    Personal use :
    4format

    Freelancer use :
    Behance, Dribble, Coroflot

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