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

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Adding Links

Now that your resume’s on your blog, it’s time to take advantage of website technology—primarily the ability to link to other webpages. First, identify what links you’d like to create:
◆ Your e-mail address can be created as a link to enable someone to contact you with the click of a mouse.
◆ Place a link to your social network profile near the top of your blog resume.
◆ Statements could be enhanced with links to more detailed information on other pages of your blog. For example, if you mention working on a certain project, you might link to a post elsewhere on your blog that speaks in detail about that project and your role in its success.
◆ Direct your visitors to a publication, article, or website that features you or your work. ...

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