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CV Template, Cover Letter Template and Some Advice

 
#1 CV Template, Cover Letter Template and Some Advice
14/10/2011 03:38

jcourtenay

Hi,

I have written some templates and advice over at http://www.dolecave.com that I think could be useful to this community, as well as some interview techniques.

Let me know what you think.

John

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#2 RE: CV Template, Cover Letter Template and Some Advice
14/10/2011 10:40

Anon to jcourtenay (#1)

Let me know what you think.

To be honest, it is pretty awful and do not think it could be useful to this community, at least in its current form. I would not have published or publicised the site at this stage in its development.

A few initial thoughts:

- The content/advice is generally very simplistic or poor quality

- The target audience is unclear; the advice claims to be applicable to all but I can only see it as relevant to a handful of people at the less-able end of the spectrum (I am puzzled why you chose to market the site on this forum)

- The site's purpose is unclear - the "About" page and the remainder of the site seem to be misaligned; is the purpose of the site to provide general advice to job-hunters, or to share your knowledge of how you can make money online?

- The style is more colloquial/conversational than I would expect; given the lack of clarity around the site's purpose and target audience, it is difficult to judge how well aligned these three things are

- The value of links to mainstream recruitment sites is unclear; job-hunters are likely to have visited those sites long before they come across your site

- The visual design (in particular the black background) makes the content difficult to read

- The adverts crowd out the content; because the content is thin and the banner advertisements large, the total screen space dedicated to advertising is greater than that dedicated to content

- The "Cover Letter Template" you advertise does not seem to be linked on the site

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#3 RE: CV Template, Cover Letter Template and Some Advice
15/02/2012 09:37

jamichelson to Anon (#2)

i can recommend also http://www.resumesimo.com for free resume templates. just take a look at it, i think you will love it!

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#4 RE: CV Template, Cover Letter Template and Some Advice
01/05/2012 19:56

Michael1985 to jamichelson (#3)

The CV-dedicated websites that I found useful were www.cvtips.com and www.cvplaza.com. Although, if you're prepared to invest a little bit of money into your career, you could get your CV professionally written for you...

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#5 RE: CV Template, Cover Letter Template and Some Advice
22/05/2012 07:08

edwinkelleys to Anon (#2)

Hello,

Here you put your thought nicely it has some weight here. but also you want know how to write resume cover letter, resume objectives then your problem solution is here.

http://www.aroj.com/resume-cover-letters/

http://www.aroj.com/resume-objectives/

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