Should I use Behance or Portfolio?

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Dec 11, 2018 Dec 11, 2018

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I run an entertainment company and we have a website that has multimedia showcasing various services we offer and, of course, other essential info that belongs on a website.

However, I'd like to create a separate site to act as a digital portfolio that I can use to show prospective clients, event planners & venues additional video, audio and photos (mostly video and photos) of our performances. I definitely want this separate from my main website.

My question is: How do I determine whether I should be using Portfolio or Behance? They seem very similar to me.

Also, within either of these platforms, if I create a page layout/landing page via one of the other CC services, can I use that layout/page as a template in behance or portfolio?

Thanks in advance

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 11, 2018 Dec 11, 2018
Use both.   Portfolio gives you more choices.  And you can optionally publish your Portfolio content to Behance because they tie in together seamlessly.Adobe Portfolio | Build your own personalized website Spark is a different beast.  It's mainly for a one page newsletter or story telling.  If that's what you need at the moment, you can use Spark alone or with your Portfolio site.Add an Adobe Spark Page to Portfolio « Julieanne Kost's Blog

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For that matter, should I also consider using Spark? I see there is a Glideshow feature which seems similar to the photo grid I can use in Portfolio and Behance

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Use both.   Portfolio gives you more choices.  And you can optionally publish your Portfolio content to Behance because they tie in together seamlessly.

Adobe Portfolio | Build your own personalized website

Spark is a different beast.  It's mainly for a one page newsletter or story telling.  If that's what you need at the moment, you can use Spark alone or with your Portfolio site.

Add an Adobe Spark Page to Portfolio « Julieanne Kost's Blog

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Hi, I want to create an Adobe portfolio website and also set up Behance. I know they can be intergrated but which should I set up first?

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