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I think that you should add tags for all of your relevant skill sets, and list them in your profile, however you can create separate listings for services on Clarity. In your case, it might be advantageous to create separate listings for each category that you specialise in, all from the same profile.
In my opinion, the purpose of your profile is to build trust, expertise and professionalism within the fields you work in. The profile should state what you know and your experience without trying to convert a sale; the listings are where sales are converted.
Since i ones scraped a list of all topics here, feel free to go over the list and find the ones that suits your services.
Menashe Avramov Head of SEO @ https://www.mysticsense.com/
You have to start building you conscientious, “how i can improve others ppl work?”. U have a great experience in design field which can give you many answers. My suggestion is that you should find answers on a few most common problems that you’ve experienced. From there ideas will just start flooding your mind. The market is overwhelmed with the copy/past stuff. You can also research that and try to eliminate same ideas. Find something unique, and u’ll find your light.
Answer by Vukasin Colic Head of Creative @ https://www.mysticsense.com/
It does depend on what you are selling, as a pricing strategy will be different for either products or services. With a product, I always felt that you take the cost price and look for 100% mark up but again, it really does depend on the item and what you think your turnover of the item might be.
In terms of services it is different again. I am a head of SEO at www.mysticsense.com where our online psychics are advised to start off with a low rate per minute, undercutting the established advisors, whilst they have no ratings or regular customers, in order to encourage people to try them out. After they gain a good set of star ratings and an excellent reputation, they can raise their prices. We do not recommend any of our psychics increase their price by more than 20% at any one time or more than once a month. Equally, when they become more established a higher price indicates quality and actually attracts customers thinking they will receive a premium service.
Overall, it is mostly a trial and error experience to see if you can hit a sweet spot with pricing and stick with it.
Quora has a relatively strong filter of what they consider to be 'spam', so it is imperative that each account you create and use look authentic and personable. There is an app called 'Rambox Pro' that allows you to manage multiple unique accounts from different proxy servers in one place, which can potentially help you manage several Quora accounts from one dashboard.
I am directly managing a team of brand ambassadors for https://www.mysticsense.com/ and have been using Quora and other platforms with relative success so far. This has given me direct experience with the Quora moderation system. I hope this answer helps you as well.
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