First, let’s take a look at your profile. Because your profile is one of the first things prospective players look at when booking a game, it’s incredibly important to make it the best possible.

One of the most important parts of your profile is your profile picture. The first tip is to set an actual photo of yourself as your profile picture. We’ve actually found that real photos do better than illustrations and logos in getting players to book your games. More importantly, your profile picture should be as high quality as possible, and make sure that it’s not grainy or out of focus. Bright and inviting images also tend to do better than dark ones. Think of this like a dating profile where you want to make your profile picture give off the best impression of you.

Moving on, let’s talk about the other parts of your profile. Fill out everything on your profile! This means the Personal Details section, the GM Stats section, and the Gaming Details section. If you’ve got any social links, put them in too! You’ll also notice there’s a “Book This GM” section - if you fill out this section, a button will appear on your profile which will allow players to book you directly for custom games. There’s also a Preferred Availability section, but don’t worry about adding your availability for now.

When editing your profile, you’re going to notice the profile links at the top of the page. Feel free to customize your GM link! Remember, however, that if you change your link, your old link will no longer work and you’ll have to send a new link to everyone who had your old one.

You’ll also notice the review link at the top of the page. This custom review link lets you get 20 reviews outside of the website, which will help build your credibility and review count on the website. Plus, if you want to show up in the GM Search so players can find you, you’ll need at least 5 reviews. To get reviews off-site, just send the custom review link to friends you’ve played with before! Reviews generally take about 2-3 business days to show up since they’re all manually moderated.

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