1. Personal Information
Languages that you speak fluently (We will ensure this is the case with a practical exercise later on):
Delete a language
Add a language
3. Your profile
Find Your CM finds for each client, a Community Manager that has the most interest in the client’s field and will be the most comfortable talking with them about it. Therefore, we need to know what subjects you have mastered: your professional activity, the fields that you have studied, but also your areas of interests and all that could be interesting for you. This will allows us to decide which projects we will entrust you with, thus we ask that you try to be very specific, and also mention all activities and fields that you would be interested in learning more about and would then be able to discuss comfortably. A good application will have at least ten declared areas of interest, from yoga to graphic arts to geopolitics to communications.
4. Specific Experience in Community Management
5. Other Skills
The goal is simply to know what projects we can offer to you if certain clients ask for specific communication needs. Mark all skills you feel comfortable with – but you do not necessary need to be a pro! If you have not mastered any of the following skills, no problem: having such skills would just be a bonus!
6. Practice Exercise
Imagine that you are the Community Manager for 1. the Twitter account of an urban planning agency and create a tweet with a recent article on city networking (text + a link + a visual), 2) the Facebook page of a fashion startup company and create a post for an event that will soon be held in Paris (text + a link + a visual). Translate the Facebook post for each language that you speak fluently.