Helpful Verbs (In Use) To Include On Your Resume

When writing your resume, it is important to include verbs that show action. These verbs can make it easier on the reader - and also - they allow you to better explain what experience you gained from a given job.

Here below are several helpful verbs to include on your resume. We have added a sample sentence to help show you how the verb could be used in action.

Advanced a new project
Approved budget spending
Attained a leadership position
Authorized new Twitter strategy
Collected revenues from several partners
Contracted with firms to improve search engine placement
Decided on direction for social media strategy
Delivered a speech in front of senior management
Generated a new revenue stream
Grew sales force to 15 people
Increased blog subscribers from 1,000 to 10,000
Influenced upper management to improve company logo
Integrated facebook connect into several properties
Launched a new revenue line through affiliate marketing
Led a team of 10 to improve telemarketing campaign
Marketed internal company properties on other owned sites
Modified the terms of service for each of our properties
Organized reporting format to assist accounting team
Planned company parties to boost morale
Prepared quarterly reports for the CFO
Revamped the template used on the monthly newsletter
Screened new accounts
Sold over $100,000 of ad space
Supervised a team of 5
Tailored marketing copy
Trained new hires in the accounting department
Updated company website
Wrote a weekly blog post

These are just samples of how given verbs can be sued to show action. Remember, it is wise to show success in a given job. So, if you can use numerical figures to show actual achievements - it can give a resume a solid boost 

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