Client Results:
"Having a web site has been very beneficial in my job search. Potential em-ployers who have viewed it have commented on its professional presentation, and I believe it has been a key factor in showcasing my talent at an executive level. As a matter of fact, I have two interviews next week that were a direct result of my web portfolio. Thanks for a job well done!"
-Wayne M., CPA,


Seven Tips for Generating Attention

1. Promoting your portfolio: Put your portfolio web address in front of potential employers, interviewers and networking colleagues.

2. E-mailing your resume: Direct the recipient to your career web portfolio, e.g., “For your convenience, my resume is attached. You can also visit my career web portfolio to view additional information on my experience and skills.” Include the link to your portfolio.

3. Cover letters: When preparing cover letters to accompany resumes, add a closing section that mentions your career web portfolio, e.g., “My resume is enclosed, however, you can also view additional details of my experience, accomplishments and strengths at”

4. Business cards: Your business cards should carry your career web portfolio address along with traditional contact information.

5. E-mail signature line: Make your signature sell you whenever you send e-mail by adding your career web portfolio URL to your e-mail signature line.

6. Resume: Include your career web portfolio hyperlink in the contact information on your resume, cover letter, interview follow up letters and any other documents.

7. Virus safe: Remember your career web portfolio is virus-safe and lets you side-step an employer’s concerns about downloading attachments that might have a virus.