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How to Get Hired on Behance

How to Get Hired on Behance
Published August 23, 2023 by the Behance Team

Behance is the best place to share your creative work and get discovered for your talent. Connect with potential clients from around the world and send proposals for projects that excite you. With our payment partner Stripe, you can request an upfront payment before you begin the work and get paid safely and securely once the work is completed.

Here’s how to make the most of your Behance profile and our latest features to find new opportunities and freelance projects. 

Let Hirers Know You’re Available

Fill out the Hire Me section of your profile to let visitors know that you're open for freelance work or a full time position. You can specify your availability and set a budget for freelance projects. 

With your availability turned on, you will appear on our Hire page and prospective clients who like your work can contact you with a Freelance/Project Inquiry. 

Update your availability on Behance.

Get Paid Directly on Behance

Connect your Behance account to our payment processing partner Stripe to get paid directly on Behance safely and securely. Once you’ve connected Stripe, you’ll be able to send proposals to clients through Behance messaging and request an upfront payment before you begin work. 

With Stripe, you can see analytics and real-time data, download reports of your earnings, handle disputes, and safely transfer your balance to your bank account at any time.

Learn more about payments on Behance in our FAQ.

List A Creative Service 

Add custom freelance services to your Behance profile to let visitors know the specific types of projects you’re available for. 

Set your own price, timeline, and revisions to provide potential clients with all the information up front, and get qualified inquiries. You can select examples of your work from your Behance projects to showcase your style and give your clients an idea of the final deliverables.

Potential clients can send an inquiry directly from your Behance profile, and you can discuss additional details via Behance messaging. If you’re interested in taking on the client, send them a proposal for review. Once the client accepts the proposal, they’ll be asked to complete the initial payment and you can begin the work.  

Learn more about listing your freelance services in our FAQ. 

Browse Openings on Our Job Board

Discover your next career move, freelance gig, or internship from global companies on our Job Board. Filter by freelance or full-time positions, by location, and by creative field to find the right opportunity for you. 

Job Board

Browse job postings on Behance.

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