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The Secret of how to Write an Interview Grabbing Resume!

Point 1: The first ten to twenty words must be an attention getting statement, rather like a long newspaper headline.

Point 2: You must use all the “personal quality” words contained in the potential employer’s ad.


"Xyz-Jones Communications is seeking an aggressive, self-motivated and enthusiastic manager to lead our interactive media division. The candidate must have solid online management experience and a desire to grow revenue and enhance the online offerings of a growing communications company. This position is responsible for a team of online professionals who assist the organization in executing our online strategy. The team supports eight daily newspapers, five radio markets, and five alternative newsweeklies, as well as several community newspapers and a suite of new and exciting online products. We are looking for a motivated, self-directed, success oriented individual who will: -Meet revenue goals -Achieve outstanding customer service satisfaction levels -Review and improve current process -Develop and create strategic revenue initiatives -Hire, train and retain an exceptional staff -Manage vendor relationships and grow the business through new products and offerings -Be involved in professional and community organizations and events The ideal candidate should have extensive online management experience and understand the value of online advertising. This is a great opportunity to work with a growing, family-owned communications company. We offer an excellent compensation and benefits package. Interested applicants etc… "

When describing yourself for this potential employer you must make statements that use words or phrases such as: self-motivated, solid management, aggressive, extensive experience etc straight out of the ad above.

Resume Example: Assertive and solid manager with extensive online experience and a history of managing successful and professional teams.

Resume Example: Past positions and references bear testimony to a tenacious desire to aggressively seek personal and business success.

Resume Example: A motivated team leader able inspire team members members to perform at their best to ensure that the companies goals are consistently met.

NB: Resumes should be written without the use of the words "I", "me" or "my". Go to the free online blank resume form at the link on the left!

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