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10 really simple tips to writing a kickass resume that gets noticed

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    • HOW TO WRITE A KICKASS ONLINE MEDIA RESUME THAT GETS NOTICED
      BROUGHT TO YOU BY YOUR FRIENDS AT WWW.REZSCORE.COM
    • Writing A Resume Sucks
    • But The Resume Itself Doesn’t Have To
    • Your Resume is a 1 Page ADVERTISEMENT
    • #1
      WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO?!?!
      • What do I do now?
      • What do I like about it?
      • What don’t I like about it?
      • Why am I in a job search at all?
    • #2
      SPECIFICITY = AWESOMENESS
    • #3
      WHAT
      Publisher-Side Business Development Leader
      WHO
      Successfully Closing Major Distribution Deals With ComScore Top 100 Online Publishers
      WHY!!!!
    • NOBODY CARES ABOUT YOU
      WHAT CAN YOU DO FOR THEM?!
      • Make them money?
      • Save them money?
      • Increase efficiency?
      • Get coffee?
      #4
    • KEEP IT ON 1 PAGE!
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      #5
    • FONTS MATTER
      Can you read this?
      Can you read this?
      Can you read this?
    • WTF DOES ‘SYNERGIZED’ MEAN?
      Proven ability to interface cross functionally to meet and exceed internal and external goals.
      Team player based on shared values and hard work
      Self-starting creative thinker who consistently meets and exceeds goals
      Administered competitive analyses and planned new revenue streams for the corporation.
      #6
    • Numbers are the Strongest Words on a Resume
      • Inserted, trafficked, and optimized campaigns generating over $500,000 in monthly revenue.
      • Spearheaded sales and development for over 20 web sites, successfully prospecting, pitching, negotiating and closing complex web and mobile deals that raised profits from $10MM to $16.5MM.
      • Successfully delivered insurance premium reductions of 21%, saving $ 160,000 by sourcing and hiring new property/casualty and health insurance brokers.
      #7
    • #8
      SKILLS & TOOLS = SEO HEAVEN
      SKILLS & TOOLS
      Creative Marketing  Brand Launch/ Positioning  E-Commerce Strategy & Development  User Experience  Budget Management  Direct and Channel Advertising  Website Design, Development & Usability  Team Leadership  Project Leadership  E-Mail Marketing  Lead Generation ExactTarget Web Analytics/ Google Analytics  Google Adwords  SEO/ SEM  HTML  PPC, CPC, CPL  Social Media Analytics/ Marketing: Cision, Hootsuite, Insights, Facebook Ads, Twitter Promotions) Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Outlook & PowerPoint  Adobe Photoshop  Mac OSX 
    • WE HATE PDFS
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      CAN READ
      CAN’T READ
    • Quick Tips
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      Add a link to your LinkedIn profile
      Hyperlink your past company names
      Add a thick border
      Ideal word count is between 600-800 words
      Write at an 11th grade level
      Your college activities are irrelevant
      DON’T USE PARAGRAPHS
      DON’T USE PARAGRAPHS
      DON’T USE PARAGRAPHS
    • Sean Weinberg
      sean@rezscore.com
      856.528.9746
      Thank You