To get started as a freelancer at Conyac, let's register your basic information first.
Having an attractive personal profile, with key selling points, will help clients understand who your are, leading to an increase in job offers!
After you log in to Conyac, click on the user name on the upper right-hand and select "Edit Profile", or click on "Register Profile" at the top.
Once you open the Profile editing page, let's start by entering your name and self introduction.
Keep in mind the next three points:
- Summarize your experiences and achievements in a brief but concise way.
- Don't forget to mention years of experience and any certifications you have.
- Convey your personality and be approachable.
You can use a nickname or other name if you do not want your real name to be made public.
2. Self Introduction (required)
A client will feel comfortable to offer you the job if they could know who you are.
Write down what you can offer, your experiences, career length, what you're good at, special skills,
certificates and licenses, achievements, time available, what work values you cherish, etc.
(*You can register skills, certificates and licenses, work experience history as optional information.)
(* Because this page will be made public, please be considerate of private information.)
3. Profile Image
An image or photo that conveys who you are is recommended, such as a facial shot.
This field is optional.
5. Birth Date
This field is optional. On the profile page, your age will show up as 20s, 30s, etc. instead of your
actual birth date, which will not be made public.
6. Weekly Availability
This field is optional. Clients tend to refer to the hours of availability before they consider you for the job, so filling in this field will help you in receiving offers. Enter your approximate weekly availability here.
7. Current Residence
This field is optional. It is recommended that you enter the city where you reside, if you prefer more locally based jobs.
Next, let's register your optional information!
Regisiter optional information