Creating an effective post on Squeek, that separates you from others may seem like a hard job, but it’s simpler than you think.
- Have a descriptive title
First impressions count, have a detailed title that’ll engage the user straight away. Try mentioning what your role is, what you’re looking for and a few words about what the idea is. For example 👉🏼 “Full stack developer, looking for a growth hacker for an exciting ICO project.”
- Add accurate skills to your post
Decide and write down what skills are required from the talent you’re looking for. This will help people who’s applying, actually decide if they’re a good fit. You can add up to 10 skills, and it only takes a few seconds to add them, but it can make a big difference. See the screenshot below for an example 👇🏼
- Add social links for you/the project
People love to see who they’re working with. Add as many social and personal links as possible. Squeek currently supports the following links: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Github, Dribbble and a personal website. There are more coming soon!
- A brief description about what you require from the person and the project
Don’t make it too long, don’t share all your secrets in one go. Be brief, but add detail. Let them want to learn more about what you do. Mystery is exciting sometimes 🤷🏽♂️.
- Sponsored posts
Upgrading to a sponsored post is a worthwhile investment. You stand out from the crowd, with a super awesome sponsored tick and a different colour scheme from the normal posts. You also sit at the top of the page for 30 days, which means nearly everyone that visits the site will see your post. Seems like a no brainer, right?
- Share your post
Sharing your post will help you bring more awareness to it. You never know, you might find your perfect team mate on your personal Twitter account. Tag us (@squeek) in your tweet, you’ll most likely get a retweet! 🔥
We’ve reached the end! Hopefully you’ve picked up some awesome tips on creating an effective and engaging post, and your idea becomes a success!
Have a great Thursday,