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Top 10 Tips to Get Started
Top 10 Tips to Get Started
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Written by Mary C.
Updated over a week ago

Welcome to our community! You're moments away from discovering a whole new way of experiencing the entertainment industry. πŸŽ‰

Top 10 tips to get you started:

  1. Complete your member profile. Be sure to add as much information as you can to increase your chances of being matched with or found by people or projects you might like to work with.

  2. Set your Interests on the Interests tab of your member profile. When your Interests align with project Opportunities, we'll automatically match you up. You can then use the Send Interest button to let the other party know you would like to start a conversation.

  3. Go to Matches for You to see a complete list of the projects that match your Interests. Explore projects and people, using filters to quickly find what you are looking for.

  4. See Who's In that you already know and what they are working on. Start tracking people and projects, then watch your network grow exponentially.

  5. Adjust your privacy and email preferences in your Settings. You decide who can message you and which emails you will receive. Learn more about privacy.

  6. Use Messaging to communicate with individual Slated members or click the Send Update button at the top of your member profile to blast a message out to all of your trackers.

  7. Filmmakers, list your projects to find talent, financing, sales, or distribution. Consider Analysis Services to boost your chances of success. See 10 Tips for Filmmakers

  8. Investors, apply for investor status to access confidential alerts and analysis with privacy controls you can trust. See 5 Tips for New Investors

  9. Use Help & FAQs to find answers to most of your questions.

  10. Chat with us anytime you need a little additional guidance. Just click the chat icon in the lower right corner of the site while you are signed in to start a conversation. We'll be happy to assist you.

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