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SoundCloud Powered Résumé for Music Professionals

Music professionals often find traditional résumés inadequately showcase their talents, instead having to link to content across the web to show off their skills. But now with professional networking site Zerply they can connect their SoundCloud audio tracks to their digital profiles to create an audio portfolio alongside their résumé.

The service is incredibly easy to set up, with users of services such as LinkedIn or Facebook able to import their existing data and create a profile within minutes. On top of their social links, work and education history you can tag yourself for unique skills such as ‘sessionist’, ‘guitarist’, ‘producer’ etc and receive endorsements from your peers on these skills and experiences.

You can also build a portfolio documenting your experience through other media platforms such as Behance, Flickr, and Vimeo. All of which is framed within a beautiful profile theme, with several different options to choose from an ever growing library.

To find out more about SoundCloud on Zerply you can visit or if you need more convincing about Zerply as a service check out


Reader Comments (2)

As a former career adviser who used to do resumes (and still do for many people) but now works with recording artists, this is an awesome resource for those artists!

August 3 | Unregistered CommenterLori Bumgarner

In the recent times, most of the job aspirants would like to reduce the cost of making job search and hiring a professional CV writer or recruitment agency. They would rather prefer to use free resume template for creating an impressive resume and upload it on several online job portals, because it will be much easier and practical solution.

January 7 | Unregistered CommenterKathy

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