To sign up, simply go to this link and complete the form.
When you fill in the necessary information, click the get your free account button and you’ll be taken to your dashboard.
If you have already created a client profile, you can log in by clicking the login button in the top-right corner of the website.
You’ll be taken straight to your dashboard.
You can edit your information by accessing the dashboard and clicking on client details on the left.
Make sure to go through all of the categories and fill in as much information as possible:
When setting up your account, you can decide whether to set your profile to be publicly visible, or private.
Navigate to the company details section of your dashboard and select public or private from the dropdown list.
If you are planning to publish articles and/or case studies, your profile should be public so that anyone that visits the website can read your content.
If you are using TDA to post a project and hire an agency, you may wish to keep your profile private.
When you post a project, agencies won’t have access to your company’s name, your name, or any other contact information if you choose to keep it private.
Agencies will contact you by submitting applications for your project through your TDA dashboard.
Once you’ve shortlisted an agency, they will get an automatic email notifying them that you liked their application. You decide what message you want to send when you post the project.
Before you create a client profile on TDA, check the client profiles to see whether your company has an existing or unclaimed profile.
A member of the TDA team will be in touch with your log in details. You’ll then be able to make edits to your company info, publish content and post projects.
All agency profiles can be found within the agency list.
To open the agency list:
Expertise are the digital services that you can request.
They can be anything from web development, web design or social media advertising, all the way to blockchain and machine learning.
All case studies can be found within the agency case studies section.
To open agency case studies:
All articles can be found within the agency articles section.
To browse all articles:
To filter agencies, navigate to the agency list. When you do, there will be various filtering options:
You can also sort agencies by:
When you find an agency that you like and you want to be able to find them again quickly, you can add them to the favorite agencies section of your dashboard.
This won’t be public and agencies aren’t notified when someone adds them to their favorites.
To favorite an agency:
To view your favorite agencies, open your dashboard and click on favorite agencies on the left side.
No, your favorite agencies aren’t public and agencies aren’t notified when someone adds them to their favorites.
Verified case studies can be easily identified because they have a score from 1 to 5 displayed next to them.
The default sorting for agencies is by score.
This score is taken from the average review score of verified case studies.
The other sorting options are:
The best way to evaluate an agency is to open their profile, read about them and the services they offer, and go through their published work.
Verified case studies are the most important type of content since they will tell you which types of clients the agency has worked with in the past and how successful the project was.
Articles can tell you how up-to-date the agency is with the latest trends and developments in their expertise.
Every agency-client fit is different, but the most valuable assurance you can get is through looking at verified case studies, which tell you about previous projects that agencies have worked on, and the relationship they had with the client.
If an agency has already worked for a similar client and has done a good job, then they have proven themselves as someone who understands your industry and the challenges that come with it.
The project system works as follows:
To post a project:
Any agency with a premium membership will be able to apply for your project, but it will be up to you to decide which one gets the job!
How you structure your project is entirely up to you, but we would urge you to follow the advice we give as we guide you through the process.
Try to set out your project goals and the expertise you need as clearly as possible so that you will get high-quality applications from agencies that are good matches for the project.
Of course! If you need any help, feel free to contact us via the chat feature in the bottom right corner of the website at any time.
We’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
The best practice is to choose agencies whose applications you liked the most, and who you see as the best fit for your project.
This will vary from one project to another, but there is no set number.
After you receive project applications and make a shortlist of agencies, you’ll be able to contact them directly.
Then you can ask them to complete a task, or ask them questions about their work so you’ll be able to compare and contrast the agencies in order to make the right choice.
If you don’t like any of the solutions that agencies have applied, you aren’t obligated to choose one.
You can extend the deadline of your project and wait for more agencies to apply, or you can publish a new project with more details which will help agencies create an application more in-line with what you are looking for.
When you find the right agency for your needs, you can end the project by accessing your dashboard and navigating to project proposals and then to published.
There, you can simply click on the end project button next to the project that is no longer active.
We do not disclose any information regarding the potential trade secrets in your project.
If you do not put that information into the fields provided on TDA, the agencies applying (and ourselves) will not see this information.
To publish a case study, you need to:
Then you’ll be taken through the publishing process in a few simple steps with additional instructions along the way. Your case study will be publicly visible as soon as our editorial team approves it!
Your case study will be publicly visible as soon as our editorial team approves it. To check if your case studies have been published:
If your company profile is set to public, when your case studies are published, everyone who visits the website will be able to read them.
Case studies prove the success of your product or service by outlining real-life user experiences. A good case study should demonstrate your ability to deliver what you promise and earn the trust of potential new customers or users.
To edit the text of a case study:
To edit an image within a case study, you need to:
1. Open your dashboard and click on case studies on the left side.
2. When you do that, a dropdown menu will appear with the option published. That’s where you’ll see all of your published case studies.
3. Next to each case study, there is a button in the form of a pencil.
4. Simply click on that pencil icon and you’ll be taken to the suggest edit page.
5. When you fill out the form, attach the image that you want to use for the case study and describe your change.
6. After that, simply click on the suggest edit button at the bottom and that’s it!
To publish an article:
Then you’ll be taken through the publishing process in a few simple steps with additional instructions along the way.
Your article will be publicly visible as soon as our editorial team approves it!
Your article will be publicly visible as soon as our editorial team approves it.
To check if your article have been published:
If your company profile is public, when your articles are published by our editorial team, anyone who visits the website will be able to read them.
The topic of your articles is entirely up to you, but the purpose of posting articles is to show thought-leadership in your area of expertise. Write about interesting and relevant topics in your industry.
You might also want to write about a new product or service, or other news relating to your business.
To edit the text of an article, you need to:
To edit an image within an article, you need to:
Open your dashboard and click on articles on the left side.
After that, simply click on the suggest edit button at the bottom and that’s it!
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