Resume Distribution Reviews

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









Resume Distribution Reviews | Who We Are

Job Winning Resume WriterWe're excitedto have David Alan Carter lend his expertise in resume writing, as well as evaluating some of the more popular resume services on the Web. A former personnel recruiter (headhunter), David subsequently founded Resume One of Cincinnati. For more than ten years, he personally crafted thousands of resumes for satisfied clients from all occupational walks of life–entry level to executive.

From his unique vantage point, David trains a critical eye on career-related services ranging from professional resume writing to resume building software to resume distribution services. All sound good on paper: few deliver in practice. Those that do, we've given some special attention on the pages of this web site.


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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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