Announcing social shares of Toogit profile



Announcing social shares of Toogit profile

Social media exposure is a must for all online or offline businesses. You business would make it big if it attracts customers from social media. New freelancers, most of the times, are not comfortable using social media. But the day when you decide to market yourself on social media, you start becoming top rated.

Social media doesn’t only give you more projects, it helps you establish yourself as a brand. When used correctly, it is a best friend of a freelancer and it is also a best bid a freelancer can make to unlimited clients at once.

Toogit proudly presents social media shares of your freelancing profiles to give you maximum exposure in the market. It will boost your projects and clientele and hence your income. You can simply advertize your Toogit profile on social media just with a few clicks. Yes, it is that easy.

This is how it works:

Login your Toogit account, click on your name at right top corner, then profile. Choose the social media and share. That’s it.


Social Shares

Khalid Ansari

Khalid is a hard core techie with an undying desire to learn and explore new technologies. In his journey to the perfection, he owned the development methodologies, provided with best optimal options and platform selections in technical designs and helped numerous clients to evaluate & improve their technical architecture.

Khalid Ansari | CTO


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