I get emails from job seekers wanting to work for us sometimes. I occasionally share them with Crash users on the Slack channel to highlight the good and bad, and help them see the way the typical seeker comes across and how they can do better.
Imagine there’s a new restaurant in town. You’re checking out their website, but it’s a little empty. In fact, it only has one page, featuring only this one line: “We’re certified by the Food Safety Administration”. That’s it. No menuNo photosNo reviewsNothing Don’t be boring.…
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