15 ways to showcase yourself online.

Pros: The Behance Network works through collaborative circles so designers can join forces. It has a great, clean design and easy-to-use social networking tools. If your work's on here, the members-only rule means you've already got some props.
Cons: User profiles are a little sparse. Although the JobList feature is great, it's only useful if you're looking for work in the US.
Best for: All creative areas

Pros: Flickr's many useful tools include tagging, search engine optimisation, image editing and a massive social network. You can also use an API to embed your Flickr portfolio into your own website through flickrSLiDR.
Cons: It's always going to be hard to be noticed in a crowd like Flickr. 100MB per month size limit on free accounts could be a problem.
Best for: Photography and graphic design

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