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How Far out from a Campaign Should You Post Your Job?

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Finding the perfect talent for your campaign used to be a time-consuming and lengthy process. But with 17,000 talent on, finding a creative partner has never been easier. Here’s how far out from a campaign you should post your job.

With thousands of Australia’s best and brightest talent on board, finding the perfect partnership is easy whether you’re looking for an Actor, Model, Influencer, or Photographer. There’s no need to call individual agencies or managers (not to mention compile comp cards and chase up availability in your spare time).

With over 17,000 individuals to choose from, you’re spoilt for choice. But you’ll need to post your job with enough time to find your right fit. Read on for your job posting timeline.

When to post your job on

We recommend posting your job two (2) weeks out from your shoot date. This will allow you plenty of time to work through your casting process without feeling rushed.

Posting a job with at least two weeks until your project means you can:

  • Receive a wide range of high-quality candidates to choose from
  • Shortlist your favourite talent to narrow the search
  • Organise an in-person, self-casting, or Zoom casting (if required)
  • Chat with your selected talent using’s secure, built-in chat feature to confirm final details
  • Book and confirm talent tip: There is no limit on when you can post a job on However, posting a job too far in advance means talent availability may change as they get booked on other campaigns.

Looking for more tips on writing a catchy job listing? Click here for our simple 5-step guide to writing the perfect job listing

The fastest and easiest way to book talent

With 17,000 creatives from Actors to Models, Photographers to Influencers, you’ll receive applications to your job listing within minutes. This is ideal to book talent whether you’re organising a last-minute shoot or fast turnaround campaign - you can even find talent for next-day shoots if needed.

Thanks to the speed and volume of talent on, you can literally post your job today and find the perfect talent tomorrow. It’s that simple.

Congratulations! You’re ready to post a job and let the applications roll in. Click here to post a job now

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