Targeted Resume

Instantly find skills & keywords missing from your resume πŸ”

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Targeted Resume analyzes your resume and the job description you're applying to and tells you exactly what your resume is missing. This way you can add the missing keywords into your resume and increase your chances of getting an interview. It's free, too.
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  • Cezar Grigore
    Cezar GrigoreFounder, Influencer Wizard
    Pros:Β 

    An amazing tool, its great that you can live edit and see how your score improves

    Cons:Β 

    Some detected keywords are not relevant

    Targeted Resume really gives you a nice overview of how your CV compares with the job you are applying for. It really helps understand if your resume is actually good for what you are applying for and it tells you what you should do to make it more appealing

    Cezar Grigore has used this product for one day.
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  • Pros:Β 

    Side by side view/edit is amazing!

    Cons:Β 

    May sound cliche, but I don't see anything at the moment.

    I've been using ResumeWorded for a while now, they really do keep up high standards, another very anticipated awesome tool.

    Ivan Podgurskiy has used this product for one year.
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Rohan Mahtani
Rohan MahtaniMaker@rmahtani93 Β· Made Resume Worded & Instamake
Hi PH! I'm so excited to be back here. Targeted Resume analyzes your resume and the job description you're applying to and tells you exactly what your resume is missing. This way you can add the missing keywords into your resume and increase your chances of getting an interview. It's free, too. πŸ“– Story Two years ago, I started Resume Worded to help friends improve their resumes. Since then, I've built a number of career products, including Score My Resume, LinkedIn Review and Networking Emails. They've all been centred around my mission of helping jobseekers get the jobs they deserve better and faster. By far the most popular feature request I've gotten has been focused on tailoring resumes to specific jobs. And that's where Targeted Resume comes in. πŸ” Problem Everyone's probably aware that companies use resume screening software (i.e. applicant tracking systems) to rank and filter applicants. These tools rank your resume based on your resume's relevancy to the job. For example, if you apply for a social media marketing role, your resume would rank higher in terms of relevancy if you have keywords such as 'social media', 'Facebook', 'SEO', 'content management' on your resume. Only if your resume is relevant enough will a recruiter even look at your resume - it's that important to include the right keywords. Similarly, you've probably heard recruiters spend <10 seconds on each resume. Recruiters are really just skimming your resume for keywords to make sure you're well suited for the role. 🌟 Solution You've probably all heard the advice that you need to customize or target your resume for each job you apply to. Though, this is usually a really tedious exercise. That's where Targeted Resume comes in. Add in your job description and your resume and the tool will tell you what the most important keywords are in the job description. This will tell you exactly what the company and its recruiters are looking for! You can then add them to your resume to ensure you rank higher in recruiters' eyes and ATS :) I've been testing the product with my users and career coaches I've worked with and the product seriously does work. And of course, it's free :) βœ… Features πŸ”₯ Get key skills from the job description and know what the job is looking for πŸ”₯ Find out what your resume is missing πŸ”₯ Understand the soft skills the job is looking for πŸ”₯ Get a score to know how well targeted your resume is to the job πŸ”₯ Real-time scoring - update your resume directly in the tool so you can measure its relevancy πŸ”₯ Sample resume bullet points - write your resume with twice the impact in half the time One more thing...πŸ™ I've been working on this non-stop for the past few months and I'm so incredibly thankful to be able to launch it here on PH. I would be so so grateful if you had a few moments to share your feedback - thank you so much. πŸ™ You can also reach out to me directly on rohan [at] [resumeworded.com]. I'll be here all day answering questions. Thanks! Rohan
Harris Roberts
Harris Roberts@harrisroberts Β· Marketing on the web.
@rmahtani93 I have even heard from recruiters to put a bunch of keywords in white text at the bottom of your resume. Thoughts?
Rohan Mahtani
Rohan MahtaniMaker@rmahtani93 Β· Made Resume Worded & Instamake
@harrisroberts Hey Harris - I'd recommend against this. While this can help get past some ATS (i.e. resume screeners), many ATS nowadays converts resumes to plain text (i.e. no colors/formatting) and a list of keywords/skills in white text can show up later and go against you. The best thing you can do is add a skills section to your resume and include the keywords you actually have
Denis Shershnev
Denis Shershnev@eulerr Β· Founder & CEO 6nomads.com
Great job @rmahtani93 ! Amazing tool, good luck to you!
Rohan Mahtani
Rohan MahtaniMaker@rmahtani93 Β· Made Resume Worded & Instamake
@eulerr Thank you so much, Denis! :)
Sol Deleon
Sol DeleonPro@sdeleon Β· Co-founder of Sujjest.com
Fantastic tool! Great UI and the product worked very well for my test of a job posting and resume. I will definitely use this and tell others about it. I think all your hard-work has really paid off with this great product!
Rohan Mahtani
Rohan MahtaniMaker@rmahtani93 Β· Made Resume Worded & Instamake
@sdeleon Really appreciate the kind words, Sol. Glad you found it helpful and appreciate you sharing it too!
Ayush Chandra
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra Β· Law Student|Tech Evangelist
Great job!!πŸ˜€ Will definitely try it out! This looks interesting
Rohan Mahtani
Rohan MahtaniMaker@rmahtani93 Β· Made Resume Worded & Instamake
@ayush_chandra Thanks Ayush!
Christopher Lee
Christopher Lee@christopher_lee4
I love how it's designed, my question though would be what can the AI do that I can't in terms of just comparing the JD & my resume side by side?