When searching for a job, do your homework. Read all the information, advice, and tips on this website. Try to understand what your market value is, your leverage, and your chances of landing a job. Once you publish your resume and look for matching jobs, you are in a situation that is similar to the stock market. If you are bombarded with job offers, you are probably underselling yourself and you should try to increase the salary range that you have posted on your profile. This may lead to fewer but better offers. If you receive no job offers at all, then your salary range may be too high and you should consider lowering it.
As with any database, the more specific and detailed your search is, the fewer matches and vice versa. If there are not enough jobs that match your profile, or if you don’t generate enough interest from teams, try to be a little less detailed in your search. Instead of searching for a job in a specific country or league, you could broaden your horizons and do a global search.
Last but not least, keep your resume up to date. If people see that you have not visited the website or updated your resume for a long time, they will think that you are no longer actively searching for a job. Conversely, if they see that you visit the website every day, they will conclude that you are very motivated and determined. This makes you a more attractive candidate.