You can also fill in a skills section and attach some examples of your work (in a form of a photo, text, or portfolio).As mentioned before, the app is specifically designed to make networking easier.We now do this across all facets of their lives,” Wolfe Herd said in a statement.“Love, friendship, networking – these are all critical connections and the foundation of a healthy, happy life.
However, just like in the rest of the app, women still make “the first move.” According to Bumble developers, they found that this system helps all users generally enjoy a more positive experience online.
According to Bumble, the app is designed for “networking and mentoring, not job searching or recruiting.” And while both networking and mentoring are things that people seek joining Linked In as well, if you’re in the market for a job ASAP, Bumble is probably not the best place to look. Bumble will actually be hiring employees itself through the app to prove it’s viability as a networking platform.
At this point, it’s difficult to tell whether Bizz will be anything of a real competitor for Linked In, or if it will join the list of those who tried and failed. Bizz comes out as a part of the original Bumble app.
Local ladies like Tina Craig of Bag Snob and Suzanne Droese of Droese PR have already shown love for the revolutionary networking app.
“We’ve stayed focused on creating a community with a foundation built upon positivity, respect, confidence and encouraging women to make the first move.