Get Your Resume Noticed

It’s not easy to get a product marketing job. 

Hiring managers and recruiters are flooded with resumes and only spending seconds scanning each one.

How do you get your resume noticed amongst the noise?

What are the right skills or experiences to highlight? 

How should you talk about your accomplishments?

And more so, is it enough?

Hi! I’m Melinda Chung, a tech marketing leader, and I’ve hired dozens of product marketing managers while working at companies like Adobe, GoDaddy, and startups over the last 15 years. 

I’ve reviewed hundreds of resumes and coached high-performing marketers, and I know what it takes to get through the noise. 

With the Product Marketing Resume Bootcamp, you’ll get an online course on how to tailor your resume especially for PMM jobs. 

So if you’re ready to get your resume noticed, let’s get started.

  • Step-by-step process

    Learn the four step process for creating resumes that match what employers are seeking

  • "Before" and "after" examples

    See critiqued resumes for product marketing manager jobs at a large company and a startup

  • Product Marketing terms

    Key PMM terms to use in your resume so they know that you "get it"

What is the Product Marketing Resume Bootcamp?

The Product Marketing Resume Bootcamp is the only online course that teaches you how to tailor your resume specifically for PMM jobs, with resume review from an expert included.

What you’ll get: 

  • Step-by-step process for creating a resume that matches what employers are seeking

  • “Before” and “After” resume examples for jobs at startups and large companies

  • Resume mistakes to avoid

  • Key product marketing terms to use in your resume

Course curriculum

    1. Welcome

    2. Before we get started ...

    3. Why Your Resume is Critical

    1. Let's Start Here

    2. What is Product Marketing?

    3. Handout: Range of PMM responsibilities

    4. The Full Stack of Product Marketing

    5. Handout: The Full Stack of Product Marketing

    6. Day-to-Day of a Product Marketing Manager

    7. Top Skills Required for Product Marketing

    1. Most Common Resume Mistake #1

    2. Most Common Resume Mistake #2

    3. Most Common Resume Mistake #3

    1. Reframing to Product Marketing Terms

    2. Product Marketing Experience - Questions to Ask Yourself

    3. Other Resume Tips

    1. Product Marketing Resume Bootcamp - Overview

    2. Four Step Process

    1. Step 1: Analyzing the Job Description

    2. Example: Job Description (Large Company) - Original

    3. Example: Job Description (Large Company) - Analyzed

    4. Example: Requirements Checklist - Large Company (blank)

    5. Exercise: Analyze a Job Description

About this course

  • $150.00
  • 49 lessons

What Students are Saying

“I just finished watching all the videos from the "Product Marketing Resume Bootcamp" course. I'm planning on revamping my CV based on your practical suggestions. Thank you for creating this course! I thank you for kindly sharing your knowledge and experience.”

Job-Seeking Product Marketing Manager

“Thank you for providing such clear content and real life examples. I started the bootcamp in anticipation of PMM interviews, and I'm happy to say I secured a position at a tech company. Thank you!”

Successful PMM

Example Course Materials

"Before" and "After" Resumes

Example Before and After Resumes

About your Instructor - Melinda Chung

Melinda Chung

Melinda Chung has over 15 years of experience leading strategy, marketing and product management in technology companies. Melinda has built marketing teams from the ground up at multiple companies and has led full-stack product marketing teams at companies including Yahoo!, StumbleUpon, Locu (acquired by GoDaddy), GoDaddy, and Adobe. Melinda was most recently Director of Product Marketing at Adobe and VP of Marketing at VSCO. Melinda has an MBA in Marketing & Strategy from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a BA in Mathematical Economics from Pomona College.


  • Is this a live class?

    No, this is an online class with prerecorded video lectures. You'll also get handouts and examples for you to apply to your own resume right away.

  • How long do I have to finish this class?

    You have access to this course for two years from date of purchase and can finish it at your own pace.

  • How long is this class?

    You will spend approximately 1-2 hours completing the class through the video lectures and examples.