Once you’ve saved your VisualCV, it’s time to share it with the world. There are many ways to share a VisualCV, all of which can be accessed via the “Share” button.
Create a custom VisualCV URL
Employers will Google you, which is why it’s essential that your Google search results match your resume. A public VisualCV URL will increase your search ranking for your name. With a public VisualCV, you might even get discovered for a new position!
Share the web link
Sharing your VisualCV on social media is an effective way to let people know you’re for hire. Share on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook with a personalized message, so that your network can forward your VisualCV to a potential employer.
Embed on your website
Embed or link your VisualCV on to your personal website to ensure that anyone visiting your site can view your detailed work history. This helps you capitalize on web traffic and always have your best face forward. As a personal touch, add your VisualCV URL to your email signature.
Exporting to PDF
For traditional job applications, a VisualCV PDF works best. Export your VisualCV as a PDF (remember to create a version without pictures in North America), and use it to apply for jobs. You can link your PDF VisualCV to a robust web version, in order to ensure employers see all your great work.
VisualCV includes in depth resume analytics to help you track your results. Pro plans include view tracking, IP address tracking (so you know where your views are coming from), and over statistics. Visit VisualCV.com/stats to view yours!