If you’re a gig worker looking to improve your chances of getting hired for more gigs on Trusted Herd, then you’ve come to the right place. In this blog post, we’ll be sharing valuable insights into what recruiters consider when evaluating gig workers and brand ambassadors on Trusted Herd. We’ll cover everything from having a complete profile to showcasing your skills and experience, providing quality references, and responding promptly to job offers.

Disclosure: This blog is purely for educational purposes! This article was written to help members of Trusted Herd increase their chances of getting hired by supplying them with relevant information. This article was written by Matt Grossman for Trusted Herd and has no affiliation with staffing or branding agencies on the platform. 

With that out of the way, we’ll dive into how to improve your Trusted Herd profile and useful tips and tricks for getting more live event and brand ambassador gigs. Here are some of the key things recruiters look for when evaluating potential gig workers:

Recruiters Check for Complete Profiles

One of the best ways to make a good impression on jobs you apply to through Trusted Herd is to make sure your profile is close to 100% complete. When editing your profile on a computer, you can see how much complete % is given for each attribute. For example: first and last names are worth 5% respectively, resume is worth 10% and travel preferences are worth 2%. The more quality information you add to your profile, the better it will look!

Providing quality references can go a long way in establishing your credibility as a gig worker. Make sure to include references who can vouch for your reliability, professionalism, and work ethic. Ideally, your references should be people you have worked with in the past, such as former employers or colleagues such as fellow brand ambassadors.

The endorsement feature is a great way to show your references and experience right on your Trusted Herd profile! You can read more about it in our blog here.

Recruiters Check for Professionalism and Reliability

Professionalism is key for any brand ambassador, as they’ll be representing the brand or event. From dressing appropriately to having a positive attitude, professionalism is a must-have for any gig worker. Reliability is of utmost importance when looking for gig workers. They need to be able to show up on time, complete tasks as assigned, and be reliable in their performance. 

Recruiters also want to see a bit of your personality shine through in your profile. They are looking for brand ambassadors who are not only skilled and reliable but also personable and engaging. Use your profile to showcase your interests, hobbies, and personality traits that align with the brand or event you are applying for.

Recruiters Check Pictures

We’ve all heard that ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’ and it’s true! Having pictures showcasing your experiences with brands goes a long way. Make sure you’re smiling and the brand’s logos are clear and recognizable in your photo. Don’t have any photos of you working at events yet? That’s okay too! Use your favorite ones that best represent you. Group photos are also great to include because it shows you’re a team player.

Recruiters Check your Social Footprint

Just as a picture is worth a thousand words, your social media profiles and digital presence are worth even more! Questions a recruiter might ask themselves when going through your social media are: How does this person portray themselves online? How does this person interact with brands? Do they show evidence of having positive experiences? These are all good questions to ask yourself while building your digital footprint. And if you are just starting out, don’t be discouraged, no reputation is better than a bad reputation. With Trusted Herd, it’s easy to create a profile, build your reputation and find your first gig job!

Keep Your Profile Up to Date

Finally, make sure to keep your profile up to date. Update your profile with new skills, experience, and references as they become available. Keeping your profile current shows that you are engaged and committed to your work as a brand ambassador.


Now you know exactly what recruiters are looking for when they evaluate gig workers and brand ambassadors on Trusted Herd. By following these tips and improving your Trusted Herd profile, you can increase your chances of getting hired for gigs and landing more live event and brand ambassador opportunities. Remember to highlight your skills and experience, showcase your personality, provide quality references, respond promptly to job offers, and keep your profile up to date. With these tips in mind, you’ll be well on your way to becoming a top-rated gig worker on Trusted Herd. We hope this blog has been informative and helpful, and we wish you all the best in your brand ambassador gig career!