These days many people use LinkedIn.com as their professional networking and showcasing hub. Sign up and create your professional profile.
Do not use "I" or "me"
Make sure your Facebook profile is set to private so employers don't snoop through your photos.
Put good keywords, usually nouns, in your resume so that employers searching through a database will find yours.
Even menial jobs these days require a degree of technical knowledge. If the job you're looking at uses Excel for example, write it in if you know it.
Calibri is a very good, readable font choice for a resume. It is available for free in the Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack on www.microsoft.com
To get your resume past the initial round of HR screening, try to match the same keywords used in the job description. Also keep your resume brief.
Stand out from the crowd by adding a QR code to your resume that can be quickly scanned and used to fetch more information about you online.
For those who create such as software engineers and designers, your portfolio of work that you present to employers is the core of your resume.
Don't forget to tweak the design of your resume. In a list of hundreds it will help set it apart.