An educated client is a happy client. We all know that our clients don’t just need resumes to be successful in their job search — they need structure, systems, and additional resources to facilitate their job search. But as a solopreneur, you probably don’t have time to create all the materials yourself that are needed to support your client’s job search.

Wouldn’t it be nice to have access to articles, checklists, and special reports that you could put your name on and share with your client? Resources that will help them be more effective in their job search — but that you won't have to take hours to create?

Now you can!

What are Pass-Along Materials (PAMs)?
Pass-Along Materials (PAMs) are brandable content you can use with your resume writing clients. They are articles, short reports, checklists, and done-for-you workshops provided in Microsoft Word format that you can simply stick your name on and use “as is,” or edit and/or rewrite into new content. See the available topics here.

How do I get access to Pass-Along Materials?
When you sign up for a paid membership, you will have access to the current month’s PAM content pack. A new pack is released each month as a benefit of membership. Each month, you will have access to a new package. (Previous packages are removed from the membership section and are sold separately in the store.)

What kinds of topics are offered as PAMs?
The very first Pass-Along Materials pack was a 7-page guide, "Do You Have Any Questions For Me? The Question Every Candidate Should Be Prepared to Answer In An Interview." It contains more than 80 questions that a well-informed job seeker can ask a prospective employer in an interview. (How many of us have had clients ask us, “What do I say if they ask if I have any questions for them?” This guide answers that question. Thoroughly.)

Since 2011, Pass-Along Materials content topics have included online reputation management, salary negotiation, what to do next with your resume, etc. 

What Can I Do With Pass-Along Materials?
You can put your name and contact information on it (as if you wrote it), give it away, sell it, excerpt it as blog posts or articles, and/or use it as a script for a webinar or in-person training. Basically, the only restriction is that you can't give them to another resume writer or career coach for *their* use. (They need to buy their own personal license!) 

Here's what one resume writer said about Pass-Along Materials:

“Bridget, oh my you’ve made my life so much easier. I am doing a bit of catch-up work this afternoon and finally opened your email and took a look at the PAM materials!! I am flabbergasted by what you are offering. It takes me a good couple of weeks of writing to fine tune one of these kinds of handouts (I have an interview e-book and 20 best cover letters e-book as well as a few free resources). As a writer I will undoubtedly add my own personality, but as I read through one document, I saw that I’d keep most of the writing as is. Kudos to you for this idea, for this help to struggling self-employed resume writers!”

— Stephanie Clark, New Leaf Resumes


Have other questions? Contact Bridget (Weide) Brooks at

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