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FAQs

1 : What is included in the Get Hired with Video Course?



2 : Do video resumes work??

- Absolutely – Be sure to view the user testimonials and the actual video cover letters used to secure interviews and jobs on the home page of Get Hired with Video.

Also – For more information about using Video in your Job search, see this video


3 : Do employers accept video resumes and cover letters?



4 : Are Video Resumes and Video Cover Letters legal?



5 : Do employers want video resumes and cover letters?



6 : What if I'm not tech savvy? Can I still create a video resume and cover letter?


Absolutely. We’ve created the training so that anyone can follow the step-by-step instructions, regardless of technical skill level.

7 : This course teaches applicants how to create video without appearing on camera? How is this done?


Simple screen recording software that is free! We’ll teach you how to use this software in the course.

8 : Why do you encourage people to create video this way?


Appearing on camera isn’t easy. Most applicants don’t want to appear on camera, and creating a Video Cover Letter with the Get Hired with Video system produces a much higher quality video response that includes images, text and your voice.

9. Why Should I buy this product today?


Creating a video cover letter is the fastest way to stand out from the crowd and get noticed by employers. By getting started today, you will be that much closer to getting those interviews you’ve been working towards and will be one step ahead of the competition.

10. What if I don't like this product?


If for any reason you aren’t satisfied with the Get Hired with Video System, we have a 30-day money back guarantee. We want you to succeed and know that if you get your hands on this powerful information and take action, you will see amazing results.

11. I remember seeing a video resume from a guy that applied to work at Google, what ever happened with him?



12. Can you shed light on the many rumors and myths regarding video resumes?