PSRF Career Connection is your free resume writing tips e-newsletter. Consider it your career zone of choice!
If you're serious about getting a job – and not just any job, but a great job – then you'll want to learn all you can about every step of the process... and I'm here to help!
In fact, that's exactly why I wrote this site... to help job-seekers like you find the jobs they deserve. But the site is fairly static... and the job market is changing all the time.
So, while reading through an "encyclopedia" of info like that you'll find on this site is certainly useful, it's also nice to get more timely and up-to-the-minute tips too. And that's why I decided to start my newsletter a few years ago.
eZine... newsletter... e-newsletter... what's the difference? Well, there isn't any, as far as I'm concerned. I use the terms interchangeably. Here's the bottom line. The newsletter I'm talking about on this page is sent out through email, which makes it an eZine (short for e-magazine) or e-Newsletter. See?
Anyway... This site... Your Career Connection @Powerful-Sample-Resume-Formats.com... has been in existence since early 2004. Originally, I was just offering some weekly tips and maybe an article, but over time, I kept adding to my mailings, so that now they include an email course, special report and of course a full-fledged monthly newsletter.
For the past few years, I've been calling the newsletter "Resume Power Tips", but the fact is both the site and the newsletter have grown to incorporate more than just information about resumes. I also educate people on cover letters, job interviews, career planning and career change and even self-employment.
So, here in the fall of 2010, I decided it's time for a name change for the eZine, and I'm going with the current name of the site... hence PSRF (for the domain name) Career Connection. I hope that'll make more sense to people...
If you're like me, you probably don't read half the newsletters you're already subscribed to, at least not the free ones. Let me confess something... I delete most of the newsletters I get in email... even though I signed up for them of my own free will!
So it wouldn't surprise me if you are thinking, "Oh gosh no... not another newsletter!" Believe me, I understand...
But I would really like you to look forward to and read PSRF Career Connection when it comes, so I'm going to make you a few promises...
First off, this newsletter will always be filled to the brim with free resume writing tips, how-to tips on cover letters, information and advice about job interviews, and real strategies you can use right away to skyrocket your job-hunting success.
And best of all... it's 100% FREE!
Here are some more details:
Check out a back issues here for a sample of what you'll get.
Gee, I sure hope not!
But to be completely transparent, I do want you to know that in exchange for giving you this ongoing flow of free information that you can use whenever you need to find a new job, I may occasionally use the PSRF Career Connection newsletter to do a couple of things:
Ask you for feedback, input and your opinions. I strive for constant improvement with the PSRF Career Connection eZine, and I'd like to focus that on what YOU tell me. I hope you'll be willing to your ideas and opinions honestly with me. In return, I promise to listen and implement them, whenever feasible.
Tell you about products or services I think you might benefit from or be interested in. That doesn't mean the Career Connection will be packed full of advertisements. My goal is to create a lasting relationship with my readers. I would never do anything that might jeopardize that relationship. I don't want my newsletter to be one of those worthless kinds that's more sales pitch than substance! But once in a while (certainly not in every issue), I might recommend a book or web site or service that is relevant to what's being discussed. And I hope that you'll value my opinion enough to maybe check out some of my recommendations now and then.
And that's really all there is to it... no scams, no gimmicks, no bait and switch.
And in return, I'm going to give you a couple of bonuses to make subscribing even more worth your while...
This is a 13-lesson email course that you get totally free when you subscribe to my PSRF Career Connection eZine. Here's a sampling of the topics covered in the eCourse:
How doing your research before the interview can increase your chances of getting a job offer tenfold
How to respond impressively to common interview questions
How to respond to difficult—or illegal—interview questions
How to impress potential employers by asking the right questions
How to effortlessly handle less common types of interviews, such as screening interviews and telephone interviews
How to dress for success in an interview
How to use follow-up letters to further increase your chances of getting the job
Also, each of my subscribers get the world's greatest cover letter tips from my friend, Jimmy Sweeney, one of the Web's foremost authorities on crafting killer cover letters that WILL get you the job interviews you're seeking. It's a free report, yours for the taking!
So, can you think of any good reasons not to fill out the short form below and start getting this wonderful resume newsletter –completely FREE—before another minute goes by? There's a whole world of knowledge out there, and it's yours for the taking!
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Thanks for visiting and signing up for our free resume writing tips newsletter and career connection resource! I'm really looking forward to staying in touch and providing you with great information and ideas about resumes, cover letters, interviews and more in my resume newsletter.
I'll be in touch soon!