The way you create your resume has direct consequences on your overall chances to grab an invitation for an interview. There are only two possibilities either your resume will package you in a winning way or you will be sacked. A good resume writing advice: give proper attention to the template when the resume writing is being done. There are many significances of a good template.
Tailor the resume to the job description Make sure that every time you apply for a job that you adjust your resume to the particular place you are applying. Read through the job description and make notes of any areas being focused on. Make sure to add information to your resume that highlights your abilities in those areas and makes you more attractive for the particular position you are applying for.
Avoid being vague If you have references include them. Dont say available upon request. If you have gaps in employment explain them clearly. They will probably come up in the interview anyways. Being prepared in advance by giving complete information in your resume is better than being caught off guard in the interview or worse skipped over all together.
When people apply for positions and send PDFs the employer or recruiter has to open each email download the resume and view it. Since there are many unemployed and underemployed people job hunting there are many job applicants applying for positions and because of the time it takes to view each PDF many applicant resumes may never get seen. When job applicants send a direct link to a resume page its much quicker to view a job applicants resume. If an employer or recruiter likes the resume page they can down the resume right from the resume website site and also view the job applicants complete online profile.
Use proper formatting Make sure to avoid excessive white space and to use the space on the page. Avoid using more than one page if possible definitely no more than two. Highlight key points with bullet lists and make sure your paragraphs are clear and concise. Resumes are not the time to be wordy. Be straight to the point.