If you are adept with technology, be specific about those skills. List any certifications you have, as well as the specific types of software, videoconferencing platforms and other tech tools you regularly use.
Some professionals may want to go a step further and create a personal website, adds Joe Mullings, chief vision officer for Management Recruiters in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Your personal website can highlight professional and social aspects of your personality that might give you an edge.
Why might that help? In-person meetings often forge a bond between interviewer and interviewee because of nonverbal signals, like the strength of your handshake and your posture. These physical cues are largely lost in digital interviews.
“Design a way to create a positive bias about what represents you as an individual,” Mullings says. “You are more than just your resume.”