Monday, July 4, 2011

[Advertorial] PreVView Asia’s First Interactive Video Job Portal‏

Have you heard of Visume Wars? Yes, the war began a couple of weeks ago (or maybe earlier)... I would like to share this hot topic – Visumés -Video Resumes.

Before heading to the Visume Wars site, perhaps one should get to know more about

Job Search comes EASY with PreVView

Dedicated Profile Page – Just like Facebook and it’s Free!

A jobseeker profile where you can express your true self professionally and effectively. Your outstanding soft skills and vibrant personalities will no longer have to be dormant within a piece of paper. Prevview enables you to add a voice and personality to your paper resumes, through cutting edge video streaming technology.

You no longer need to attach various documents to your potential employer. Speak to them directly through your visumés and let them know why you should be hired. Back your visumés up with downloadable important and relevant documents such as cover letter, resume, portfolio, and reference letters .
  • Two-Pronged Approach To Job Search

I visited the Visume Wars webbie, the response was pretty good. There are quite a number of entries submitted on the site for viewing...

 Search for Jobs with the comprehensive search function and apply immediately as unlimited job postings will be provided. Jobseekers can rest assure that they will get the most updated job vacancies in town.

Be headhunted by registered Employers - All employers are provided with the Search capability where they can search for and request to interview candidates.
  •  In-Depth Information about Employers

The research before going for an interview is essential. It is important to understand a job scope before applying for a job as no one wants to come off as unsure or be taken by surprise during an interview.

To enable jobseekers to be as well prepared as possible, Prevview has created dedicated profile pages for employers as well! Everything you need from the HR Video, to Written Profiles and comprehensively described Job Postings to Getting Hired Tips and Q&A can be found under one roof, the Employer Profile Page.
  •  Visumé Guide

Prevview assures all jobseekers that making a visumé takes only 5 simple steps. is well furbished with a comprehensive video guide as well as Visumé tips and articles to help you along the way.

Click HERE for Visume Guide
  •  Privacy Settings
All profiles are viewable only by registered Employers. Visumé ensures that Employers will not be able to save your video on their computers.
You have the option of keeping your profile entirely private [employers cannot search for you, but you can browse through employer profiles and still apply for jobs!].

The “Block” feature lets you insert keywords that will block views from everyone associated with them. For e.g. Prevview is your employer and you do not wish for them to see that you have a profile on the portal. Simply enter Prevview as a keyword and any Employer associated with Prevview will not be able to view your profile!

~ Back to Visume Wars ~

  It is the first portal in Asia to utilize Visumés – Video Resumes. An interactive manner that breaks the barrier between employers and jobseekers. As technology is advancing these days, computers have become an indispensable part of our daily life.

This is a breakthrough interactive site for job-seekers as well as for the employers too. As Candidates are allowed to sell themselves through a video resume rather than a written CV resume. Employers are seeking self motivated and committed employees nowadays... Through this portal, employers can see the strength and ability of selling yourself to be hired in a company and of course your endeavour towards your goals...

I casted my vote for JULIAN TAY

The introduction in his resume video is like watching the opening of a movie... This is one of the main reasons that drew my attention to his profile video... Pretty good and funny video editing indeed. His creativity of selling himself through his video is direct and his motive goes straight to employer’s mind.

I hate boring videos, but Julian Tay’s video is entertaining, but most importantly I love his words that he used in the video...


Find out more information on this ‘Job-wars’ website, visit

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