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Just like anything in life you need to understand it to get the most out of it.

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About Brid O'Connell

Social Media Manager at Thomas Cook Airlines.

Posted on November 14, 2011, in SkillPages News and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Samadhan Laxman Jogdand

    Hello my name is samadhan jogdand. and i am from india, i have little bit knowledge about the SQL programming as well as JAVA and also VB.NET so i would like to ask that how i can work on the basis of my knowledge online for earning money… please tell me

  2. Hi Samadhan,

    The best thing to do is sign up to the site and create a Skillpage for each of your skills. You will then be notified of Job Opportunities relating to your skill.

    You can Sign Up here: http://www.skillpages.com/join

    Best of luck,

  3. I was just sent an invitation join you but it was the first I’d heard of SkillPages. The homepage asks that users sign up so that they can access site information, which personally turns me off. If the invite hadn’t come from someone I trust, I would have written you off immediately and not bothered to dig further.

    Why not put this video up front so people can learn about you?

  4. Hi Susan, thanks for the feedback. The video is linked to from the homepage(the play button) but maybe it needs to be more obvious, good to know. Anything else let me know.
    Thanks again,

  5. Hi Brid. Thanks for responding.

    Just so you are aware, when the site is accessed from a invitation link, the entire homepage is covered by a log-in which cannot be minimized. See link below. If someone accesses the site without an invitation, then the video is visible.



  6. Thanks for the clarification Susan, much appreciated. I’ll pass on the feedback.


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