Make the most of your Knowledge entry - claim your profile
As an advertiser, user of the directory or reader of our content you probably have an online profile with us.
But sometimes this has been created for you, not by you. The reason for this can be that we created the profile when you started advertising with us, or the information came from your agent, a diary service, one of our industry partners or our own research.
In order to update your listing yourself and make sure you can easily add your latest credits, contact details, photos and/or showreels, you need to ‘claim’ your profile.
This is super easy and you only need to do it once.
Simply look up your profile on our site and click on the ‘Claim Profile’ button.
You will then need to log in or create a login after which we will send you a confirmation email.
After this you simply login on the site and start editing.
If you’re not on The Knowledge, but think you should be, please use our “get listed” option on the website.
Any questions, email us and our editorial team will do their best to help you.
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