What you get ?
- Designing one page online resume with amazing look
- Adding keywords for availability on first page in google.
- Free web hosting through Weebly technology.
- Free domain for the first year. Ex : <YourName.com>
- Contact Form that will email you visitors messages
- Do it yourself add pages, modify content by simple drag/drop
- A download link of your PDF CV
Why Online Resume?
How to Build?
A website isn’t static; it’s dynamic. It’s ever-changing. The moment you accomplish something, you can add it to your website. You don’t need to print new copies of it and send it out to your contacts over and over; you just update it. People can continually come back and see what you’re up to.
Having a website makes you more findable. If all you have is a resume, you have to go out and hand it to people to get your name out. If someone wanted to look you up on the internet and you didn’t have a website, all they might get is a Facebook or Twitter profile.
Not many people have one. Succeeding today requires that you make yourself stand out, and having a website can help you do that. It shows that you’ve taken the time to learn how to do something fairly technical, and it shows that you have some skills other people don’t have.
You gain some new skills that can be very useful in the future. Learning how to build a website involves a number of different skills, especially if you get into customizing and optimizing things. Even if you’re not looking for a job in a tech field, having these skills can give you a leg up.
Step 1: Link to Your Resume From a Landing Page
The easiest and fastest way to get your resume on the web is to create a simple but beautiful single page website with a button linking to the PDF version of your resume front and center.
Step 2: Create a Page for Each Section of Your Resume
This method will take a little extra work, but it will result in a more full-blown website that’s fully searchable!. This include but (not limited to) home page, experience, qualifications, software knowledge and hobbies, etc.
Step 3: Turn Your Website Into a Multimedia Timeline of Your Work History
This last method will take the most work—but if you’re really looking for your site to help you stand out, it may just do the job. Similar to LinkedIn, you’re going to create a single-page, reverse-chronological timeline of your work history—but this one will be souped up with multimedia elements and designed to be extra beautiful.