Recommended Resources for Resume Writers

Teena Rose's excellent book to help you start or grow your resume writing business. The book's contents encompass business structure and naming, business planning, marketing and advertising, pricing, customer relations, resume writing strategies, add-on products, and more. You can also visit the link to receive a free 19-page preview of the book.

Write Great Resumes Faster Special Report – $14.00
Resume Writers: Make More Money, With Less Work! Are you ever stumped on where to start when writing a resume? Do you keep track of how long it takes you to write a resume? Would you like to shave 15, 30, or 45 minutes off your writing time? Looking for ideas on how to create better resumes to win your clients an interview? Looking for another phrase to use instead of "Qualifications Summary"? How much more money could you make if you could write resumes even just a LITTLE bit faster than you do now undefined without sacrificing quality? 

If you charge by the hour, you will be able to write more resumes, in less time. If you charge by the package, you will be able to increase your per-hour rates! The "Write Great Resumes Faster" Special Report (available for immediate download as a digital file) contains hundreds of ideas and resources compiled by Bridget (Weide) Brooks, CPRW, editor of Resume Writers Digest, a trade newsletter for professional resume writers.

Designed for new resume writers and veterans alike, the special report includes:
  • How to develop the "Write Faster Mentality"
  • Using Technology to Help You Write Faster - - and Better!
  • Tips for Overcoming the Blank Page
  • Quick Reference Word Guides (Accomplishment-Stimulating Action Verbs, Personality Traits and Profile Descriptors, dozens of Section Headers, and more!)

Maximizing Cash Flow
Are you thinking about developing a referral relationship with a recruiter, but are wondering where to start and how to structure it? This 22-page special report has the answers. Topics covered include: How to find recruiting firms to partner with, questions to ask a recruiting firm (or to research) if you are approached for a referral relationship, what operations issues you should consider (like how to track referrals, compensation, scope of commissionable work), how you should decide what to pay for a referral (and when you might not have to pay for high-quality new clients at all!), frequently asked questions and more. Contains case studies from actual resume writers. Also: What to include in a Letter of Agreement or contract to ensure the relationship starts -- and ends -- right.

If you're a member of one of the major resume writing associations, you've seen the posts: "Referral Opportunity" -- the list administrator, association manager, or even another resume writer has a prospective client who needs a writer. What can you do to get YOUR name sent to the client? This short, to-the-point report has the answers. From what to prepare, to how to respond, to what to include, you'll learn how to get your name to the top of the referral list. If you have a client to refer yourself, there's even a section that will help you develop a referral request that will help you identify the most qualified writers to recommend. (After all, YOUR reputation is on the line with the referral!). And finally, Section Four shows you how to solicit referrals.

AFFILIATE DISCLAIMER: Resume Writers' Digest may receive compensation from some of the entities listed on this page for referrals or sales, as their “thank you” for sending you their way. However, we never recommend any service or product solely for the reason of receiving commissions (and neither should you). We know our reputation is on the line.

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