When you're applying for jobs it can be helpful to have a copy of your resume online. One way is to use Google Docs (or other online sites) to save copies of your job search documents. ResumeBucket is another way you can easily keep your resume online. You can upload your resume from your computer or start from scratch and create a resume online with the resume building service. In addition, you can update your resume at any time directly from the web, ResumeBucket also saves the history of your revisions so you can go back to a previous version or save multiple versions. That's useful if you don't like what you just did to your resume or when you're customizing your resumes for the jobs you're applying for.
You'll get a unique URL just for your resume (a new feature where you can have up to 20 URLS is coming soon) if you want to share it, but you can also keep it private if you're job searching on the sly.
On the other hand, if you're actively job seeking and want to share your resume with the world, once it's public it can be searched by employers who use ResumeBucket and will show up in the search engines. That's good for both job hunting and for professional branding, because you want hiring managers to see your professional information when they Google you i.e. your LinkedIn Profile, your VisualCV, your ResumeBucket resume, etc.
Here's an example of a ResumeBucket resume. As you can see, you can add links from your resume to your social networks (like LinkedIn and Twitter) and to your blog. You can also include information about your skills and experiences in the sidebar. Even better, you can share your resume, and print as either a PDF or Word Document.
Image Copyright ResumeBucket.com