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Resume Rabbit Review
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Here's a number that speaks volumes: 1.5 million. That's the number of employers and recruiters who are
searching their favorite job sites daily for resumes that fit openings. Want to be considered for some of
those job openings? Then it only makes sense that your resume needs to be on those same job sites.
Founded back in 1999, The Rabbit is the oldest and largest online resume posting service.
They've performed more than 5 million submissions over the years, to every online job bank and
job search engine of note. Keep in mind that posting is different than distribution. The Rabbit is a
The Rabbit's parent company, eDirect Publishing Inc., is an "Accredited" business with the
Better Business Bureau, and currently holds a BBB rating of B+ on a scale of A+ to F. Why a "B+" rating
and not an "A"? According to the BBB, there were 19 complaints filed against the company in the past three years.
To the company's credit, each of those complaints were acknowledged and resolved.
How Does It Work?
Sign up and pay up -- $59.95. Complete one short form and the company does the rest... completing
registration forms and posting your resume and job requirements on up to 85 different career sites. The exact
number of those sites will depend upon the categories you select during registration.
Postings typically begin within an hour of sign-up. 72 hours later,
most projects are completed. Tap the secure, password-protected Resume Promotion Service Center and you
can track the progress of the postings in real time.
Once your resume is posted on a given career site, employers and recruiters perusing that
site will contact you directly if interested.
Massive time saver. This is what it comes down to: the Rabbit saves their
customers literally days of tedious work; researching and filtering the multitude of job
sites, filling out repetitive registration forms, and uploading resumes one at a time.
- You can see a list of the job sites -- both general and specialty -- before you pay a dime.
Serious job sites, like Monster.com, HotJobs, Career Builder, Dice and over 80 more.
- You decide if you want your resume posted to a wide range of job sites, or take a more targeted
approach by submitting to a select number of specialty sites.
- Confidentiality. Don't want your current boss to find out you're looking for better job? Select
"Post My Resume Confidentially" during registration.
- Money-back guarantee. They guarantee your resume and job requirements will be posted to the job
sites under the categories you selected within 72 hours. If they fail to perform, let them know and receive a
- The Rabbit has a solid reputation in the industry.
Resume Rabbit Review - Summary:
What's your time worth? It really comes down to that. If you're suddenly between jobs, or you see
downsizing in your company's future, you know the clock is ticking and time is of the essence in landing interviews
that will lead to offers. ResumeRabbit.com simply saves you a goodly amount of that precious time -- so you can
spend it more efficiently.
If you've decided that exposure to 85 job sites will do your job search some good, and you'd like to get the
project done in hours vs weeks, then I'd recommend the Rabbit. It's a legitimate service offering real value.
Indeed, here's one last number that speaks volumes: 200,000. That's the number of customers Resume Rabbit
has helped find a job.
-- David Alan Carter
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