Personal portfolios

Your personal portfolio (like the name suggests) is meant to be for you as a Pindify Provider—your home base of sorts. This is your solo career, or solo project—your own hub for your fans and followers to visit and reach out and engage with you and where they can consume the content from your most personal projects. You may even link up with more social content by sharing what’s on your mind. You can publish content to your Private Portfolio with whatever floats your boat as long as you don’t infringe on copyright laws. When in doubt, always cite or link back to an original source. Use it for your solo project. Use it for fun as a consumer of content in the Marketplace. Use your Private Portfolio to support other creators and find other Pindify Providers to collaborate with across different genres or industries. The Private portfolio is meant to be yours and yours only—give it a personal touch. “But what about my band?” you might ask. Well, we have portfolios for that too, they’re called “Page portfolios” and you can read more about them by scrolling down below.

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Page portfolios

Page portfolios are better suited for collaborative projects or other types of content than you might post on your Personal portfolio. For instance, you might want to try your hand at poetry and have a photographer in mind that would like to share their photos in collaboration with you. As opposed to Personal portfolios, page portfolios aren’t necessarily exclusive to you. They can be, sure. You can use it for a solo project like your podcast, blog, magazine or whatever you like. But there are some features like being able to split ownership (we’ll get into that in detail below) that makes Page portfolios perfect for collaboration. So use it with your band. All members of the Page portfolio can edit and publish content using their own login, and you can even designate different roles and permission rights. Awesome, right? We thought so.

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Splitting earnings for a Page portfolio will really come in handy. For example, you may create a Portfolio with other creative artists, which means those shared earnings for the entire project are distributed per collaborator not just per published card—and the content that is posted on all the cards are split between all contributing members. These shared earnings distributions would be based on a predetermined and agreed upon percentage of the published content for the project. For example, a musical artist who has a solo project may also create a Portfolio for a band where she splits the ownership 40/30/30 with her other two band members. This ensures that all of the content that is published on all the individual cards for that band’s Portfolio are distributed according to those shared percentages.

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