You are a marketing assistant. You know what users want better than them. You speak their language and take copy of me at wow . You are so good at your cell phone number list job that you could sell links to Google. But once you start typing your resume, you go from Rick to Morty. Trust me, you already know everything there is to know about writing the cell phone number list perfect marketing resume.
Keywords, robots and search intent
So you've found a marketing job you love. You know more cell phone number list than enough to get it, but not enough to bother you when hired. But you don't - you know that your resume will first be scanned by an ATS or Applicant Tracking System. You need to overcome that first ATS hurdle before a human sees your cell phone number list marketing resume.
Compare your main list with the keywords.
Yes, we are working on the cell phone number list content-keyword map of your CV. Resume keywords matter a lot. Much like Google in its early days, crawling Applicant Tracking Systems resumes looking for specific keywords. There's no guesswork - these are exactly the keywords you extracted from the job posting. The cell phone number list more relevant keywords they find, the better your rankings. Don't worry if you miss a few. Most ATSs accept resumes cell phone number list as long as they score high enough (i.e. they contain at least 75-80% or the essential keywords).
If you don't meet most expectations, you will be rejected. But don't take this as an invitation to fill your resume with keywords. Ultimately, it will be read by a human. If you try to game the cell phone number list system, they'll see through - 32% of them will reject your resume. Be honest with yourself: if you don't meet the employer's requirements, you're not going to pass the ATS. And if your resume reaches the cell phone number list human reader, it won't meet their search intent. This means a 100% bounce rate . No conversion for you!
Determining search intent is quite simple. The cell phone number list job listing tells you what you owe - in points. Textually. If the job posting mentions a requirement that you don't meet, find a similar strength that you could cell phone number list offer. Take a look at similar job postings (the good old people-also-looking-for hack.) Also, browse a few Linkedin profiles cell phone number list of people in that position (e.g., research your competitors.)
Listen, I understand you could sell pasta to a keto crossfitter. But would you really like to work for someone who fell for a resume equivalent to the cell phone number list Nigerian prince scam? Don't email your cookie-cutter app to everyone. Instead, target your resume for a specific job posting. To be precise, you must customize it according to the needs of the employer as expressed in the cell phone number list advertisement.