rtpresumes.com review and discount
A website of one resume writer offering standard set of services. The prices here are above average. The writer did a good job for me, but what I disliked was that resume and a LinkedIn were almost similar. Also, the price for profile completion is too high. The resume writer of this website offers not only create a competitive resume and cover letter for you, but also provide you with e-resources to help you land a dream job. The site has light and unobtrusive design and contains the contact information on the top of the page.
As I was looking for a writer to get my resume written as soon as it’s possible, I went to prices page at once. Professional package is $645, but I didn’t need all those options, so I just have chosen a resume and LinkedIn separately, which cost me $600. Yes, there are cheaper sites around. But I was in a real need of quality assistance.
I’ve paid for these options at once and then emailed my old resume to the writer. Then she asked me to upload three ads of the jobs I was interested in, and I did that too. The next day she reviewed the information I provided and asked me the questions about points which weren’t clear for her. And only then I noticed that she offered a 10% discount for the unemployed; why not put this information to a more visible place?
Quality of writing and support
The first draft was supposed to be delivered to me within 5 business days. As for support, it’s the site of one resume writer, so no support is needed here. You simply get in touch with her when you have any questions – in business days and hours, of course. I didn’t have questions throughout the process, so I’m not sure how soon your issues will be addressed.
The first thing I got was the link to LinkedIn profile. I checked it and everything has been done really well. But then I opened a resume and saw pretty much same things there. I thought that resume and online profile should differ in some way; the writer apparently didn’t think so. Later I found out that other sites offer LinkedIn completions at a way more attractive price; maybe you should try them first?