MyCredentials Career Adds Feature to Enhance

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<strong>Laguna Niguel, Calif. &mdash; Oct. 16</strong><br /> MyCredentials, a career portal that extends resumes with a personalized, multimedia portfolio, has announced a new advertising feature, the Career Portal Ad Feature. <br /><br />The new feature allows users to directly advertise their credentials with perspective employers. It is a perfect way to let potential employers view a candidate&rsquo;s ad, which directly links into their career Web site, without doing an extensive and labor-intensive, search.  <br /><br />HR and hiring managers can search and view the ads, then quickly link to a candidate&rsquo;s career Web site.  <br /><br />The ads also can be sent by the user via a link to potential employers and HR managers or directors.  <br /><br />This personalized service is just another way for jobs eekers to highlight their experience and show their experience rather than jotting flat words on papers.  <br /><br />In addition to the ad, users of this new service can post a selling statement about their background.<br /><br />&ldquo;We are very excited to offer our users the Career Portal Ad Feature,&rdquo; CEO Jeff Calannio said. &ldquo;If you are active in your job search, there is no better way to get ahead of other jobseekers than to create an ad that highlights your credentials and background. Users can even send their ad out to potential employers, making this new feature a truly proactive way to showcase oneself. As a former recruiter of 13 years, I know that a career ad would jump out at me way more than a mailed in resume.&rdquo;

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