“We have sent links to Crash/Resume/LinkedIn profiles to hiring managers, and really we decided that Crash is the only thing we should be sending. It’s the best hub for all that detail.”Josh Ruff, Partnership Manager at preHIRED
We’re working on a lot of tests right now. We’re trying to figure out our hook and what our ideal user most needs and what would deliver outcomes to the awesome users on Crash.
It’s hard. We don’t always get it right. I don’t always get my work right. We’re often figuring out how to build our plane as we fly it. Sometimes, it works really well (tailored pitches have been sent to over 700 companies and bring in interview requests for users every week). Sometimes, something doesn’t work as well. So we have to fail fast.
I’m excited about what we have at Crash. We get to make a brand and product that is the lift-off point for career-launchers–and that makes us pretty thrilled to keep testing and keep building.
This week, we:
We’ve got a few new updates to the dashboard–check out the engineering team’s awesome work this week below.
You can now print your profile as a PDF:
We also improved the launch review process and added the ability to see the feedback video we make for anyone who launches right on their dashboard.
If you’re thinking about getting into startups, two quick things: one) awesome. Startups are great places to work. And two) check out this ultimate guide to launching your career in operations at a startup–with no experience. It’s got tips on how to get started, resources, books to read, companies to follow, salaries, and more. Dive in here.
A show all about creating a career outside the boring, debt-laden, conveyor belt humdrum.