Quote Originally Posted by NinjaFingers View Post
You can put it in a portfolio the same as anything else, unless they are doing some kind of horrible work for hire deal where you don't even know when it's being posted (a common thing if working for content sites, which you should avoid anyway unless you're at the point where any money is better than no money. I speak from experience).

You can keep copies of the work you have done and you can include the URLs. The way things are going, sooner or later, refusing to work for a website will leave you high and dry.
I dunno--I guess I'm just a traditionalist.