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BIOBLOGS are resumes built around a graphic image.

BIOBLOGS rely on that image to capture 2 seconds of attention.

BIOBLOGS mimic blogs and websites more than wordy resumes.

BIOBLOGS present your creative character like a narrative biography does.

BIOBLOGS point to your potential value rather than the history of your past.

BIOBLOGS go straight to the point: to your creative character.

For examples of what bioblogs look like, click on any of the titled pages in the sidebar or on the archives. Better yet, to see 100 samples in the new book from HarperCollins, check it out at your local library. If you really want to learn how to create your own exceptional bioblog from scratch, see the “How To Build A Bioblog” chapter in the book.

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April 26, 2008 at 9:25 pm

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