Look Up Page

October 08, 2009

It is no secret that employers Google the names of applicants as part of their background check. Such activity on the part of employers is easy to understand; Googling someone is free, effective and quick. It can often tell you things colleagues, friends and former employers have been reluctant to say or may have overlooked.

On the other side of the spectrum, people who are in the job market can enhance their chances greatly by creating a custom resume on LookupPage. A clear advantage to having a resume online is the ability to present yourself professionally on the web around the clock. An additional advantage is that you can reference the resume while on the phone with a potential employer; by using LookupPage Pro and storing it in a custom domain just like your name you are promoting your web presence and increasing the chances your resume will be visible online. LookupPage enhanced statistics can help you find out who has been looking at your resume and what query they used in order to get to your profile.

Creating an online resume can allow an applicant to share more information and provide links to work that they have done online. This is especially effective for graphic design, photographs, reports, letters of reference and any other praises.


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Hemen parekh
Mumbai - India

The internet makes it much easier to search for a job.

Great blog! The information you provide is quiet helpful, why I was not able to find it earlier. keep the good work up.

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