How To Maximize Your Personal Profile Page

It’s easy to make changes on your personal page,
just click the My Profile link under the PowerCore logo.

There are many paths to your page.
To see what it looks like now use any of these:

From the
home page
Right above the log in is a search field.
Enter your first name, or your last name, or both names, and click.
From the 
Team directory

Hover over the PowerResources column and click the third bar, Team Directory.
Teams are listed alphabetically. Members are listed by first name.

From the 
URL

The path to any Member page is 
http://powercore.net/member-directory/member/jason-wade/

(Well, that’s the path to Jason’s page. Put your own first and last name, 
separated by a hyphen, to get to yours, or find a Team Member’s.

From the 
Member directory

Hover over PowerResources and click the second bar, Member Directory.
Click on your classification. Do some networking!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 To get the most value from your personal profile page run through this checklist:
1: Headshot
2: Logo
3: Personal information
4: Client information
5: Referral Trigger update
6: 7-Minute Video
7: Center column confirmation

 1: Headshot
David Arnold (http://powercore.net/member-directory/member/david-arnold/) and I had a conversation about pictures on the personal profile page. We started with the question is a picture snapped from a phone better than no picture, or is a professional headshot a requirement?

 David says: “Seems there are 2 issues to consider. If I am a Visitor thinking about joining a Team, and I pull up the Team and see the list of Members,  a number of them without a picture might give me the impression they have a lot of folks who don’t care or who are not committed. Bad is definitely better than none for the group.”

“If I am a Member looking to refer to a classification that is not on my own Team, I would probably first review the profiles of the Members who have pictures. If it’s a really bad picture they may go to the “end of the line”, so bad might be better than none … but not for long.”

 

 

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