We've all seen resumes that look like they were thrown together in 15-20 minutes:
We've all seen them and we know they don't make a great impression. The person could be exceptionally talented and successful, but their resume says they didn't care enough to put some real effort into it.
Do you think they're going to get contacted for an interview?
Well, it's always a question of supply and demand, but I would doubt it.
"Effort" is definitely something that will come across on your resume - either good or bad. A quick glance will tell the reader how dedicated you were to the process, and, in turn, how interested and passionate you are about the position you're applying for.
As I always say - job applicants are evaluated on their work history and other qualifications, but also their conduct AND EFFORT throughout the application process.
Bottom line: the content on your resume AND the effort you put into it are both important:
Best of luck!