Most resumes end up in a database of some sort: in the resume database of a job board, in an employer’s applicant tracking system, in social networks like LinkedIn and Google Plus, or even in a recruiter’s email inbox.
Regardless of where they are stored, those resumes and social profiles need to be “find-able” when someone types in their search terms.
Those search terms are commonly called “keywords.”
Your 25 Best Keywords
Look through the list below and choose what is appropriate for you. Develop your keywords based on the following categories of information:
About You, Personally:
1.Your professional name
Most people don’t think of their names as important keywords, but in these days of search engines and social media, your name is probably your most important keyword phrase.You need to consistently use a relatively unique version of your name for your LinkedIn Profile, resumes, networking cards, email, and other visibility so recruiters doing research on you can “connect the dots” between you and your professional visibility.