Finding Your Focus as a Resume Writer

One of the major keys to success for any business owner is the ability to become laser focused on a specific audience, developing solutions for them, and building expert status. But, how do you find that place where you want to put all your focus as a resume writer? How do you determine where you […]

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Nine Ways to Show Your Resume Clients That You Care

Is customer service dead? It sometimes seems that way, doesn’t it? Some businesses don’t seem to appreciate that they wouldn’t exist without their customers. But for most resume writers, I find that customer service comes first. If this is your mindset, here are nine ways to show your customers that you care. 1. Loyalty Discounts. […]

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How to Decide What to Charge Resume Clients

Deciding how much to charge is one of the biggest challenges for resume writers. The vast majority of resume writers charge based on the project, not by the hour. That’s because jobseekers may be reluctant to commit to having their resume developed without having a specific price quote.  Another factor to consider is how your […]

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Blogging Basics for Resume Writers

Starting a career-related blog can be a great way to increase your profile as a careers industry expert, allowing you to attract new clients and driving traffic to your website. However, deciding to start a blog is a commitment. The more you publish, the more you’ll get out of your blog. Here are some things […]

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Why YOUR Resume Writing Business Needs a Business Plan

I’ve owned my resume writing business for 17 years, and I still use my business plan. Well, it’s not the same business plan I wrote in 1996. I refresh it every few years (because things change), but it’s helpful for me as a self-employed entrepreneur to have a master plan to work off of. For […]

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