LinkedIn + SnapPages = Free Resume Websites
by Nick on December 22nd, 2010

The job market has never been kind, and now, to make matters worse, the rules are changing. The traditional resume will no longer cut and folks are resorting to ever more creative ways to make themselves noticed in the huge pool of those seeking employment.

LinkedIn has proven a great and valuable asset, helping to expand the job market network; however, it is a limited in many ways. Because of the online business network’s structure, it is incredibly difficult to simply reach out and grab a potential employer’s attention. Also, there are so many platforms now where you have to fill out all the little boxes it is becoming overwhelming and a full-time job in and of itself. So, the SnapPages team has come up with a new tactic to help you save time and help you find your bullhorn in the job market.

We have created a three step process to give you an online business resume without having to fill out your information all over again. What’s more, we structure your online resume to provide all the pertinent information job seekers are looking for in an employee using an attractive, stream-lined format.
How does it work?

Follow the link to and have your LinkedIn information on hand.

First you will type in your username, which will create your SnapPages URL (example Then you will provide your LinkedIn login information and hit connect. Hit done and you will have an online resume you can add pictures to, your portfolio, video, change themes, whatever you need to make yourself standout to potential employers.

We are very excited to offer this to job seekers free of charge. Our goal is to help you present yourself as professional, unique, passionate and innovative to companies looking for the best fit for them. This is our Christmas present to you SnapPagers. Happy Holidays!

Click here to learn more >

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Jennifer - July 9th, 2011 at 8:53 PM
This does not seem to be working. Is this hno longer an offering?
Steve Testone - August 26th, 2011 at 4:06 PM
This has been integrated into the main setup process now. So if you just sign up for a normal account, it will give you the option to create a resume site there.
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