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This is a great tool for storing and showcasing your online portfolio. Cuttings.me allows you to upload PDF files or add links of your work in an easy format that also proves quite simple to share.


The free online portfolio site, launched by journalist Nicholas Holmes, promises to get your story clips up on a personalized page up in minutes so editors can see your work.

- IJNet

The service offers customizable tabs so journalists can decide whether they want to categorize by topic, media or publication.

This site is easy to set up and requires minimal design tweaking. You can also easily upload documents containing your past work, including your resume and CV if you wish. It’s also easy to add documents and past work from URL addresses.

But don’t forget about Clippings.me if you, like me, need to get your clips together and don’t have the advanced skills to create your own gorgeous, professional website... Clippings.me was a pioneer in the market.

- AdWeek

Allows journalists to host the portfolio at a custom domain (such as www.yourname.com) and see how many times each article included in the portfolio has been shared on various social networks and how many websites have linked to that content. There are also analytics to show how many times your portfolio has been viewed.