A question

You clicked on one of our English infographics. I hope you enjoyed it. It’ll still be there in a few minutes if you want to check it out again.
Humor me for a minute while I ask you an important question:

Does your resume suck?

The answer: Probably.

Why “probably”? Most resumes have huge issues, and even more so when someone isn’t confident in their English language skills.
Sometimes people haven’t even considered applicant tracking systems (those ugly pieces of software that 500 of the Fortune 500 companies use to pick candidates out of their databases); sometimes resumes are long, long, long (too long for any human to read); sometimes resumes aren’t flattering (or, worse, too “braggy”).
My company offers resume writing and rewriting services that help people like you get jobs in the English-speaking world. How good are we at writing resumes? One of our clients increased his salary by 67% after we helped him. 67%! As in, if he were making $40,000 a year, he’s now making $66,800! Do you know how much he spent with us—it was close to $97.
I’d, of course, love it if you ordered our resume writing services but that’s not what I’m here for. I’m here to offer you a free resume review. Yes, free.

Get a free resume review by a real person

Email your resume to RR@ProofreadingServices.com.

What if you’re not able to right now because you’re on your phone waiting for a bus?
Email yourself this link. Seriously. It’ll take three seconds.
What if you’re concerned about confidentiality?
You’re right to be. The Internet is fraught with scams. I promise not to reveal any personal details about you or use your resume for anything other than reviewing it. We adhere to a strict privacy policy. And, just to kick off our relationship on more even ground, I’ll tell you something confidential about me: When I was eight years old, I made a rope swing on a tall tree. Do you know what I used for the main structural component? Sticky but not-sticky-enough tape! I fell right out of the tree and broke my arm. I was not a smart child.
What if you’re concerned the free review won’t be worth your time?
Our goal is to highlight enough that’s wrong with your resume (e.g., is it too long, are their typos, is it hard to scan, are elements unprofessional, will it not trigger applicant tracking systems) that you’ll say, “wow, I’d like Luke’s team to rewrite it (for a completely reasonable price).” So, basically, if we don’t do an excellent job with the free review, then all of this is pretty pointless.

So, what should you do right now?

  • If you can’t send your resume right now, email yourself this link. Really, send yourself a reminder. Write it on your hand if you have to. Write this link down right now.
  • If you have a resume saved on your phone or computer, send it to RR@ProofreadingServices.com right now. Right now. Don’t wait five minutes. Don’t wait until you finish the Game of Thrones episode. You’ll forget. We all do. Send it right now.
  • If you know of friends who could use this free help, share this page with them. Help a brother out. Here are some share buttons:
Don’t wait. Don’t hesitate. Don’t miss out. Get a free resume review in 24 hours.
Email your resume to RR@ProofreadingServices.com.
Hopefully you’ll end up ordering resume writing services from us, but you’re not obligated to. In an age of “this has a price” and “that has a price” and “coffee is how much?” and “student loans are killing me,” this is really, truly free. We hope we’ll wow you and you’ll say, their resume writing service is worth it.
All the best,
Luke Palder
CEO of ProofreadingServices.com
P.S. What are you doing reading this? Email your resume to RR@ProofreadingServices.com.
P.P.S. Seriously, other people are emailing their resumes to RR@ProofreadingServices.com right now and you’re missing out. Get on it. :)