Making your resume digital


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Before our world was digitalized, job seekers printed out several copies of their resumes and handed them out to potential employers. Now, sharing your resume is as easy as sending a link.

With dozens of free website builders, it is simple to make a resume and portfolio website. Having such a tool allows you to be discoverable in internet searches, connect with colleagues and have more creativity when making your resume.

Create a website

If you want to make a resume website yourself, the best way to start is with a website builder. Such websites allow users to create websites without needing a background in web design. Some builders that have free services include Wix, Weebly and WordPress.

Buy domain

After you create your website, you might have a web address that is too long and not easy to remember. The best way to solve that issue is to buy your name as a web domain. This way you control the content associated with your name and allow yourself to look professional online. You can buy domains from GoDaddy, Google and BlueHost.


Finally, after creating your new resume website, share it on all of your social media. This will help your site gain traffic and allow potential contacts to find your site easier. Add the link to your Twitter or Instagram bios or post the link a few times on your LinkedIn profile.