Become a Webflow Expert to be featured in our Experts directory and Expert matchmaking tool.
You or your agency can become a Webflow Expert to be featured in the Webflow Experts directory and Expert matchmaking tool. Then, prospective clients will be able to find and hire you for projects. To become a Webflow Expert, please visit our Experts page.
Once you’re approved as an Expert, you can create a customizable Webflow Expert profile that clients can discover in the Experts directory and Expert matchmaking tool.
In this lesson, you’ll learn about:
Your Expert profile is where clients can get to know you, your skills, and your past work. It’ll be visible on the Experts directory and through the Experts matchmaking tool.
On your profile, you’ll have:
Your profile will show a badge if you are an approved Professional Partner or Enterprise Partner. Clients can also contact you for hire through your profile.
When you join the Experts program, you’ll receive a link to create/update your Expert profile. Every Expert has their own unique link, so make sure you keep track of it! If you’ve lost the link for creating/updating your Expert profile, please contact support.
You’ll need to provide us with your Webflow account owner’s email address when you apply to be a Webflow Expert. This is the email address of the person who owns the Webflow account where you build sites for clients (if you’re a freelancer, this might be your own email address). After you provide the correct email address, we’ll be able to verify your account and send your commission payments.
To find your Webflow account owner email address:
The owner’s email address will be listed next to their name. Please provide us with this email address when you sign up to be a Webflow Expert.
In the Experts directory, prospective clients can either scroll through the list of Experts, or filter by criteria (e.g., services offered, budget, language spoken). When a prospective client clicks on your entry in the directory, they can view your full profile, which includes the information listed in the Expert profile section above. Here, they can also contact you for hire.
Prospective clients can also use Webflow’s Expert matchmaking tool to find an Expert to hire. Here, they can submit preferences to be matched with a small number of Experts who fit their criteria.
The Expert matchmaking tool matches clients with Experts based on criteria like availability status, minimum project price, services offered, and more. We recommend you ensure that the information in your Expert profile is correct and up-to-date, so you can be more accurately matched with prospective clients.
You can add or update your availability to connect more precisely with clients through the Expert matchmaking tool. That way, you can tell potential clients when you’re available to take on new projects, and when you’re all booked up! You can update your availability at any time.
When you join the Experts program, you’ll receive a link to set your availability, which will take you to the Set your availability page. Every Expert has their own unique link, so make sure you keep track of it! If you’ve lost the link to your page, please contact support.
To add your availability after joining the Experts program:
You can also update your availability at any time. To update your availability:
To view your current availability status, go to your Set your availability page. Your status is visible at the top of the page in the Current status block.
There are 3 availability statuses:
When your availability status expires, we’ll send you a reminder email to update your status.
When clients send you a request (either through the Experts directory or the Expert matchmaking tool), you’ll receive an email with their request.
You can click Review project request in the email to view the client’s project details (e.g., timeline, budget, etc.) and indicate whether you want to accept the project. You’re free to accept or decline whichever client requests you want. If you accept the project, you’ll be connected with the client through email. If you decline the project, the client will receive an email informing them that you aren’t available to help with their project.
To accept a project:
To decline a project: