Resume Site Looks Like Google Search Results Page

Resume Site Looks Like Google Search Results Page

What's the best way for a young, aspiring copywriter to get the attention of future employers?

Kyana Gordon
  • 30 july 2013

Finding a job is not easy – especially in the competitive post-college market. So what is the best way for an aspiring copywriter to get noticed by potential employers? Chris Liu transformed his resume into a Google search results page which includes his bio resume, social media channels and educational background. Not missing a beat and identically mimicking Google’s layout which cleverly he calls ‘Liugle’. A creative, stand-out resume website, yet Google might have its own concerns with copyright infringement.

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