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  • 2 weeks later...

Honestly I would try going into the local businesses and offering services in person. It helps build rapport with the business/people and the community and through networking and word of mouth can land you quite a few jobs. other than that there's always military contracts you can bid on. (quite the hassle to get set up though). I know this isn't much help but its a good start. 

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  • 1 month later...

Are you fully employed with a company now? Maybe try and begin incorporating UAS into existing workflows, and help foster technology adoption where you're at. You could add that professional experience to your profile. Also, I support what the others have already said. These social networks are good but a majority of business is still done face to face; and go for the low hanging fruit first. 

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