Double your interviews For Remote Support Dream Jobs

Three polaroid pictures. First one of woman in hammock. Second one of the remote Team at ReCharge. Third one of family in kitchen.
Middle picture courtesy of the happy team at ReCharge.
So what kind of remote job are you looking for?
Are you looking for a company that will respect, value, and appreciate the customer support work you do?
(The one that knows that without support teams they would have zero chances of growing a successful business.)
Are you looking for the support role where you're encouraged to grow and learn new skills?
(And can get promotions and raises without becoming a manager, though you'd get tons of support regardless of the growth path you choose.)
Are you looking for a job where you don't have to choose between living your best life & enjoying work?
(Brisket tacos with fresh guac and chips absolutely included, of course.)
"Each day I am blessed to be able to allow who I am, what I do, and what I value to coexist. They bump into each other, swirl around, and mix and mingle.

Within a matter of seconds I can be hugging my wife, helping a customer with their social accounts, racing my son, having a sync with a team member, or listening to my daughter practicing reading. And the best part about it—this is how I have been encouraged to live and work by the rest of the Buffer team. There have been moments in the last year that I will cherish for the rest of my life."

If that's you (with even a sample-cup-size of her intensity), then let's talk about:

Why Does It Seem Stupid Impossible to Get Noticed?!

You've been applying for remote support jobs for months and you haven't been messing around.

You're doing research; constantly tweaking your resume and cover letter; trying to connect with folks at the company you want to work; attending webinars and reading dozens of articles; so, basically, all the things.

And all you're getting is an echo of crickets growing louder from your inbox.

Seriously, WTF.

What does it take to stand out so you can get an interview already?

Well, what does it even mean to stand out?


Standing out means that you're doing things that others aren't doing.

But how are you supposed to do the things that others aren't doing if you don't know what they are doing?

Amazing question.

I've reviewed over 1,000 applications from people applying to remote support jobs as the Head of Customer Success at Knack. I've also interviewed customer support hiring managers at some of the best remote companies including Zapier, Hotjar, and Doist.

I know what most applicants are doing and what 99% of applicants aren't doing (but absolutely should be).

And I am bouncing-in-my-chair giddy to share it with you now.

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