When visiting websites, especially blogs, you may have begun to notice words of varying sizes in a display off in the margin. Known as a tag cloud, or word cloud, these are visual depictions of the word content of a site. Basically, they visually summarize the main theme of a website; the more a particular word is used in blog posts, the larger the font of the term in the word cloud.
By presenting a weighted view of a site, users immediately know the key concepts discussed there. Now, you can easily see what your resume says about you by creating a resume cloud. Just as a site visitor can quickly get information from a word cloud, you can quickly see what points stand out on your resume. A resume cloud gives you a new perspective on your resume, demonstrating what really stands out and most likely what a hiring manager or HR personnel sees.
Creating your own resume cloud is very easy. Simply paste the text of your resume into the form at http://www.jobgoround.com/tools/resume-tag-cloud/ and with the click of a button get your own resume cloud. If you have several different versions of your resume, it can be very interesting to compare the different resume clouds. It’s interesting and fun to see what your resume really says about you and your experience.