1. Value to you: more for your investment  

This is demonstrated with your ten job search documents.    

Your resume       
- One Word document (with or without testimonials)       
- One Plain Text document (with or without testimonials)

Cover Letters (including a special way to overcome not having the contact's name!)       
- Company Cover Letter - Two Word documents, with and without contact name                      
- Recruiter Cover Letter  - Two Word documents, with and without contact name                 
- Unsolicited Cover Letter, a.k.a. Cold Cover Letter  - One Word document for applying for a job that is not advertised.      

Thank-you letters       
- After an interview - One Word document       
- After meeting at a job fair - One Word document    

Operation C-Suite  Operation C-Suite is a supplementary and complementary process which you can add to how you submit your applications. It is designed for job postings directly from the hiring company, advertised either on the company website or a job site. It is not for ads from outside recruiters and staffing agencies. It is not to be used such ads. The hiring companies are their clients of the recruiters and staffing agency; this is how they make their money.      

Operation C-Suite is based on seminars that have helped thousands of sales professionals from corporations like Canon, 3M, and Hewlett-Packard become top revenue producers. These top sales reps do what their fellow salespeople don’t or won’t do: contacting the C-level Executives and their Executive Assistants when they prospect for business.
The goal for you with this additional step is to increase your odds of getting your job application seen and considered quicker by you communicating with the C-Suite. It is highly recommended not to let your application be “one and done.” There are too many variables in all online job submissions. (e.g., timing of your application, software (the Automatic Tracking System, ATS, which scans, processes and often disqualifies applicants), or the personal/professional pet peeves of the company hiring manager/and or recruiter.
Operation C-Suite’s concept and how-to steps, including email messages and phone scripts, are included in the download of your newly created documents.    

Note: When we buy a lottery ticket, there are no guarantees we will win anything. We are, essentially, increasing our odds of possibly/potentially winning money. This is the same here. There are no guarantees that Operation C-Suite will definitely get your application considered faster.    

2. Out-of-the-box thinking  

There’s always competition for sales positions. You can see that on LinkedIn’s job search “See how you compare to ___ of applicants” section in the job listings.    

In order for you to get a leg up on the competition and increase your odds of getting that initial interview, you need out-of-the-box thinking to produce superior, distinctive job search documents. The operational foundation for EagleSalesResumes.com is out-of-the-box thinking.   

The elements of this out-of-the-box thinking:               

 Appearance is everything             

Like it or not, this is a fact. An attractive appearance catches the eye, leading to curious interest. Your new cover letter and resume are designed for hiring managers and/or company recruiters to be visually attractive, leading to interest to reader further. Thus, you initially have enhanced odds for your application to be considered!   To maintain their interest and maximize those interview odds, your new cover letter and resume will display compelling and verifiable information. This is your successful sales history. Your information will be shown in a clean yet boldly confident, easy-to-read look.                  

Basic, yet extremely effective marketing techniques.              

These include a small splash of color, bold text in appropriate places, and accolades, i.e., testimonials. This is the basis of the bold confidence your documents are displaying to the reader.    

3. The values of EagleSalesResumes.com    

Passion, Drive, Quality

All shown on www.eaglesalesresumes.com.
4. The owner of EagleSalesResumes.com    

John Swet has two professional passions. The first is business-to-business sales. As a successful account executive and account manager, he sold for the United States Postal Service, Pitney Bowes, and Canon Business Solutions. He has sold hardware, software, and services to New York businesses and organizations. He has gone on numerous job interviews; thus he knows what hiring sales managers and company recruiters are looking for: how well you did your job, not just that you did your job. In sales, the wellness of how you did your job mean numbers.     
His second passion is writing. He’s loved it since he was a child, and has B.A. in writing from Fordham University.    

In summary, you have John’s proficiencies working for you: his expertise and love of B2B sales and thus a remarkable knowledge of the interview process, and his expertise and love for writing!