Create Infographic Styled Resumes with Information from Facebook/Linkedin

Yesterday, I wrote about an online tool that can help you improve your resume by grading it and also giving additional tips. Recently, you might have come across very creative resumes which are designed like an infographic.

ResumUp is a website that allows users to create an infographic styled resume from data taken from your LinkedIn or Facebook profile.

Visit the website and allow it to use your Linked In or Facebook profile information. Within seconds it creates an infographic styled graphical presentation of your timeline as far as work experience is concerned. You can also edit various elements on the presentation and customize it further.

Users can then download your Resume infographic in a PDF format or also share it online with friends on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

Do try our ResumUp and drop in your comments.

Link: ResumUp

TIP – Check How Good Your Resume is with Online Tool

Fresh out of college when I started job hunting, I found out was that I was completely clueless on how to go about writing my Resume. I wish I had something like RezScore back then which is a free online tool that grades your Resume and gives suggestions on how to improve it.

RezScore Features

  • Upload your resume and chose if you want a grade or also job leads. Click on Rezscore to get a grade for your Resume.

  • The analysis of the Resume is pretty decent and gives good advice on improving ones resume. For example how many people know that first person references should ideally be avoided in a resume.
  • Other impressive features shows which industries is your Resume the strongest for. This is helpful as it might help you tweak your resume to target a particular industry better.
  • RezScore is a free online tool and does not require registration.

You might also want to check out how to write a professional resume and how to create a web resume withing minutes.

Do try out RezScore and drop in your comments. Also drop in any other online tips you have used for improving your resume.

Link: RezScore

SnapPages Resume – Create Your Resume Website within Minutes!

Young people when they go to college tend to discover Twitter and Facebook. When they graduate they discover LinkedIn. The network of friends and colleagues can keep growing and many times people actually get offered jobs after head-hunter come across them on LinkedIn.

But if you want something more personal, like your own online web resume, complete with a contact form, SnapPages does exactly that. It creates an online version of your resume by  borrowing some vital information from your LinkedIn account.


SnapPages Resume Features

  • First up make sure you have a LinkedIn account. Then create your SnapPages account by visiting SnapPages.
  • Now visit their Resume Wizard page. Then connect your LinkedIn account to SnapPages.
  • I could also add Skype and Twitter handles to the resume.
  • Now SnapPages will create your online resume automatically, taking information form LinkedIn and assimilating it differently.
  • I really liked the contact me tab of the online resume which allows people to send you an email to contact you. This way you do not need to put your email up publicly.

For people who want a simple online resume that is displayed impressively, SnapPages Resume might be quite useful. As a demo you can check my profile here.

If you liked this post, you might also want to read: How to write a professional Resume in 2 minutes?

Do drop in your comments.

Link: SnapPages Resume

How to write a professional Resume in 2 minutes?

Almost 3 months ago when I had just given my engineering exams and was waiting for the results to be out, I thought of searching for a job. To get a job you need to have a resume, and that’s where I got stuck. With all sort of different views around me, and different people it all just added to confusion. Some suggested resume building services but they were charging money for it. So, I was kind of searching for something like a resume builder but free and I found one. 🙂

It asks you to login using your email account and password. Once given your email id and password you have to confirm it.

There are mainly three sections:

  • Compose: Here you can add the sections or remove them from your résumé.
  • Design: You can decide on the format or design of the résumé.
  • Preview: You can see how your résumé looks.

Why should you use this service?

  • You can add or remove any field any time.
  • Once the résumé is made, you can save it.
  • You can download it under Publish as a PDF or as a Docx file.

How to use it?

  • Go here.
  • Start writing your résumé.

The only thing that can be wrong here is that Jobspice can spam you with job mails that you do not want, in that case I will suggest you to make an email id for login purpose that is gone in only 60 minutes.

The usage is very simple and good. Do you know any other such free resume service? Feel free to share it with me through the comments below.

Link: JobSpice