Resume Distribution Reviews

Forget pretty envelopes & postage stamps. It's not 1990 anymore.
In today's job market, you need serious resume distribution.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Resume Viper Review

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ResumeViper.com

Formerly, a well-regarded Resume Distribution Service. Now, we advise...
Avoid

Dropping from a leading contender to the bottom of the heap overnight, Resume Viper has garnered our AVOID rating for two good reasons: their phone lines are dead, and email sent to the company receives no response.

The company is either on autopilot (and nobody has noticed the phone aren't ringing and email is piling up), or the owners have just walked away from the company and the website is dead. Either way, the last thing you want to do is send your money to this outfit.

Alternatives: if you're looking to post your resume to a number of top job sites, we would recommend  Resume Rabbit. The Rabbit has a straightforward and user-friendly service, submission reporting feature, and option for anonymity. Read our review of the Rabbit HERE.

And if you're looking to send your resume to top U.S. recruiters, we would recommend Resume Zapper. They specialize in distributing resumes straight to the inboxes of recruiters who have opted into their service. The company offers industry and geographic targeting, and confidential reply boxes. Read our in-depth review HERE.  

To see mini-reviews and pricing points on the three leading resume distribution services (and the leading resume posting service), jump to our page:
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Special Note               

One important thing to keep in mind...

is that distributing your resume en masse is an odds game--and the odds can be pretty daunting at times. It largely depends on whether your qualifications match an active job opening being worked by a recruiter on the day your resume plops down on his or her desk.

First, make sure your resume is in top shape before you begin. If you need help in that area, you can compare popular online resume writing services at our sister site HERE.

Secondly, keep things in perspective. Don't be afraid to experiment with a reputable resume distribution service, but use them as part of a multi-pronged approach to your job search. Other elements should include personal networking, judicious use of social media, and targeted responses to specific job opportunities.

Treat your job search like the business it is, and you'll do fine.

--David Alan Carter

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