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Pricing:

Canadian employers can benefit from Behance's limited free job listing offer as part of Behance's strive to provide creative industry freelancers with access to thousands of job opportunities and to help spread awareness of open roles, Applying for jobs on Behance is completely free.

Outside of this special offer, prices are quoted in US$ and a single 30-day listing costs US$399.00. Unlimited job posting for a month is priced at US$1,499.00.

Review:

Behance is a popular global portfolio site that offers Canadian businesses looking for freelance designers access to portfolios and profiles for free. Their services include candidate matching and the opportunity to post jobs and open projects that job seekers can filter by location.

Despite it being a U.S.-based site, Behance offers Canadian employers many great features. Monthly subscriptions outside of the limited free job postings, however, are fairly expensive when compared to similar portfolio sites and other Canadian freelance job boards.

Highlights:

  • Canadian employers with active job posts can view the profiles and portfolios of local and global freelancers.
  • The platform matches creatives to job briefs.
  • An open project attracts around 150 applications on average.
  • Offers access to 12 million local and international job seekers.
  • The platform features an employers' dashboard to easily manage job postings.
  • Job post sharing with recruitment team members is available.
  • Employers can save the information of potential candidates.
  • A free mobile app is available to download.
  • French-Canadian employers can opt to view the site in French.

Shortcomings:

  • Job posting prices outside of limited free offerings are quoted in US$ and are fairly costly in comparison to local options.
  • No local phone support is available to Canadian customers.
  • You need an Adobe account to post jobs to the site.

Reputation:

Due to the site's international presence, no reviews specifically attributed to Canadian users were found. Behance obtained a 3.6/5 rating on TrustPilot. On SiteJabber, users give Behance a 4.5/5 rating and mention is also made of Behance's 2020 Customer Choice Award.

How to Post a Job on Behance:

$399.00 USD
10 Minutes
How to Post a Job on Behance:

5 easy steps for posting a job on Behance.

1. 

Posting a job on Behance

1.1 

Go to Behance.net.

Go to Behance.net.

Start by navigating to Behance.

1.2 

Click on "Jobs."

Click on "Jobs."

On the home page, click on "Jobs." You'll find this just to the left of center on the Behance home page.

1.3 

Click on "Post a job" to create an account.

Click on "Post a job" to create an account.

Clicking on this button at the top center of the page will take you to the registration page, where you could also sign in once registered. If you've already registered an account, skip the next step click on "Sign in" at the top.

1.4 

Register and sign in.

Register and sign in.

Enter and submit your details and register by clicking on "Create account." Sign in to your account. You'll be asked to select a membership plan whereafter you'll enter your billing details. After verification, follow the onscreen prompts to select the organization that you’re posting on behalf of.

1.5 

Click on "Next" to create your post.

Click on "Next" to create your post.

On the following page, fill in your job details and review your job post. Click on "Next" and your job ad will be displayed live.

Behance vs. Dribbble:

Both Dribbble and Behance have good reputations, offer similar features, and reach large talent pools of design-based professionals. Behance's regular subscription fee outside of special offers is the more expensive option, but they do offer candidate matching, which makes finding the right freelancer easier.

Behance vs. 99designs:

99designs does not charge a monthly subscription fee, instead charging for each type of design job separately. Behance has job posting specials but is mostly subscription-based. Designers on 99designs go through a rigorous application process, while Behance is a portfolio site.

Behance vs. Wowjobs:

Both Behance and Wowjobs offer Canadian employers a global reach. Behance, however, is a niche site for creative talent, while Wowjobs focuses on general jobs. Although Behance features limited free job postings, their regular subscription fee of US$399.00 for a single listing is expensive compared to Wowjobs that offers free job postings.

Key Information

Legal Name

Behance, Inc.

Founder

Scott Belsky

Founding Date

Jan. 01, 2006

Address

532 Broadway New York, NY, 10012

Number of Employees

75

Email

info@behance.com

Telephone

1 (616) 918-7738

Website

https://www.behance.net/

FAQs:

What is Behance good for?

Behance is an easy-to-use portfolio platform that allows web designers to showcase their work. It also gives employers access to more than 12 million job seekers.

How much does it cost to use Behance?

Monthly subscriptions on Behance cost between US$399.00 and US$1,499.00.

What is Behance?

Behance is a leading career and online art portfolio website for creative professionals across industries. With Behance you are able to recruit from a pool of more than 12 million job seekers.

How can I create a Behance account?

  1. Go to Behance.
  2. Click on “Sign Up.”
  3. Fill out the Adobe Account form.
  4. Click on "Create Account."

What is a Behance Portfolio?

Behance Portfolio is where users display their digital portfolios and CVs.

How can I edit a Behance job posting?

  1. Go to your Behance dashboard.
  2. Select "Active Job Posts" under "My Jobs."
  3. Click on the gear icon in the upper right corner.
  4. Click on "Edit your job."

How can I delete a Behance job posting?

  1. Go to your Behance dashboard.
  2. Select "Active Job Posts" under "My Jobs."
  3. Click on the gear icon in the upper right corner to delete your job.
  4. Click on "Delete your job."

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