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The Complete Idiot's Guide® To The Perfect Resume by Susan Ireland

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Feature Your Resume

Now that you have a blog, you’re ready to create and post your blog resume. Where should you do this on the blog? I suggest one of the following:
◆ Put your resume on your homepage, making it “sticky” to keep it permanently there even when other posts are added to your blog. To learn how to do this, you may need to consult the Help menu of your blogging platform, or ask an experienced fellow blogger for guidance.
◆ Create your resume as a blog post. This is the easiest option that even a newbie can do.
For the second option, create a concise title for the post (for example, Resume or Susan Ireland Resume) that unmistakably identifies it as your resume. Because the title of the post becomes part of the web address, your ...

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