Optimize your resume
Get more interviews
Land your dream job
Learn how to optimize your resume for the modern application process. Including: Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) and the visual scan path of recruiters. I'll show you the exact steps to take and tools to use that will get your resume noticed.
3 DAY EMAIL COURSE
Taught by Wesley Brach of Digital Insight Group
EXCLUSIVE COURSE BONUS: Free custom eye-tracking analysis on your resume.
Why keywords are your key to success
Using our free keyword tool, I'll show you how to quickly identify the keywords your resume needs to match the job listing and get past the screener.
How to get recruiters to notice your resume
You have just seconds to get your resume noticed. That's why I'm providing a free eye-tracking analysis on your actual resume. You'll know how a recruiter will view your resume, before they even see it.
Job listings that match your resume.
In day 3, we'll bring everything together for the whole reason you're here; to get an interview and land a great job. We'll show you job openings matching your resume's keywords.
2 Areas of Optimization
(for the resume screening software robots)
Over 90% of Fortune 500 companies use Applicant Tracking Systems or ATS to manage high volumes of job applications. These systems scan the text of resumes to identify keywords that best match the job description. Without the right keywords, your resume won't make it through the screener, even though you may be qualified for the position. Using free tools I'll teach you how to optimize your resume's keywords for the screening software to get you noticed.
(for the human recruiter looking at your resume)
Recruiters spend seconds, not minutes, skimming a resume before making their fit/no-fit decision. Therefore, prioritizing your experience and qualifications in the right graphical layout is critical. Using eye-tracking technology performed by Digital Insight Group on various resumes I'll show you how design elements and layouts impact where the eye is drawn. I'll show you how to use this analysis to position your ATS keywords in visual hotspots that quickly get a recruiters attention.
Actual resume eye-tracking data.