Need help with your profile?
Learn about how you can promote yourself on Scorrd with these easy steps.
Step 1: Complete your profile!. Clubs are most likely to click on profiles that are fully complete, giving them the chance to get to know the player/coach more in detail before contacting for a potential further engagement. At this moment I would like to help you by suggesting you some changes on your profile. So the first exercise you need to do is to complete your profile with as much detail as possible. Write down a good BIO about yourself, so people can get to know you better. It’s important to integrate other details that are not purely about hockey, as the rest of your profile will dig more into your hockey history.Integrate other users that can refer for you. If there are not on Scorrd yet, ask them to join, so they can help you by being your references. Being asked about your skills and hockey level. Ask other users to validate your skills, that will attract further validations and your profile would look more active and dynamic.
Fill in your club history. (Clubs that you have played for). You could ask the clubs to create their own profiles, so they can also benefit about the Scorrd advantages If you have achievements you think are worth sharing, do so. Clubs value the individual and collective awards, so all information you can upload to your achievements profile section will be worth it.
Send as many friend connections and keep following other profiles, so your network grow.
Finally and most important, upload more media of yourself (pictures and videos of you playing hockey) so clubs can see how you react on real game situations.