Paper resumes are all but useless in today's digital job search economy, with virtually all employers and recruitment agencies demanding an electronic copy of your resume. These files are the only way their Applicant Tracking Systems (ATSs) can quickly scan through resumes and shortlist the best IT professionals for the job. But while computers are doing much of the upfront prescreening, recruiters still want to get to know the top applicants more personally to ensure they're not hiring a psychopath, and you can be certain that they are researching you in every way possible. Building your online presence is the only way you can control what recruiters learn about you and one of the best ways to do so is to build a personal website that communicates your brand. Personal websites that include a digital resume go a long way in differentiating you from other IT contractors, yet so few people decide to build one. In this month's contractor quick poll, we're curious to learn if you have a personal website and, if not, do you plan to?