Showing posts with label Cover. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Cover. Show all posts

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Amazing Cover Letter Creator Review - Review of Jimmy Sweeney Cover Letters

Amazing Cover Letter Creator Review - Review of Jimmy Sweeney Cover Letters

Let's face it - writing cover letters can be a pain. Unless you're a qualified copywriter, it can be a long, tedious process trying to get the wording 'just right', and then when you apply for a new job you have to do it all over again. Jimmy Sweeney's Amazing Cover Letter Creator promises to take the hard work out of this task by creating a simple 'point and click' program that will do it for you.


I can't stress to your enough the importance of a perfectly worded cover letter. This is an introduction to you - it's where you get to 'sell' yourself to your prospective employer, and without a good cover letter they may never even look at your resume. And without seeing your resume, all the qualifications in the world will do you no good.


If you're finding it difficult to secure interviews and job offers maybe you need to change how you write your cover letter? That's where the Amazing Cover Letter Creator comes in. This is a program that you can download, and with a simple step by step point and click process it will help you craft an 'amazing' cover letter in under 5 minutes.


Here's a quick summary of the process:


Download the program to your computer
Click on the icon to open the program
Choose the kind of letter you want to create (you'll be given some options)
Choose the size of the applicant job pool (small, medium or large)
Choose whether or not you have experience - and then it will automatically choose the perfect template for you.
Personalize and customize the letter using your favorite word processor - step by step using Jimmy Sweeney's powerfully written sentences.

And then you're done. It really is THAT simple. This program has helped thousands of people worldwide in many different professions to secure the job interviews and offers that they want, just by creating a professional, powerful letter that is sure to impress any employer.



How long do YOU normally spend writing a cover letter? And how many different jobs have you had to tailor your letter for? Jimmy Sweeney cover letters are an amazing time saver and you can get started straight away.




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Saturday, September 16, 2017

Help For Professional Cover Letters - How to Jump Off the Page (and Into an Interview)

Help For Professional Cover Letters - How to Jump Off the Page (and Into an Interview)

Here's a secret. You're not human. Not to a hiring manager. Not yet. At first you're just facts and data on a page. But don't feel bad, so is everyone else. Your first chance to come to life is in your cover letter. The good thing for you is that most of your competition doesn't get it. So they don't know how to write professional cover letters that make them stand out. So you have a chance to differentiate yourself.


In addition to outlining your skills and credentials, focus on making yourself memorable to the reader and you're more likely to wind up sitting in their office.


Here's two quick ways to jump off the page and into an interview:


1. Be an interesting story to tell


People tell stories to each other all day long. Brief snippets and anecdotes that make them seem more interesting or just give them a chance to engage with others. What story could a recruiter tell about you around the water cooler?


For example, imagine Nick the Recruiter sitting at a table full of co-workers just before a meeting. He decides to break the ice by saying, "So, I'm interviewing this guy today who base-jumped off the Space Needle." Instantly, Nick is more interesting. His status is raised because he's got the "fun" interview. More importantly, he's looking forward to interviewing you. And you can bet that story will come up giving you a chance to connect on a more personal level.


2. Make yourself the hero of a story


Use an anecdote to showcase your skills. Instead of creating professional cover letters that are a bare recounting of your job history, pick a specific event in your career and create a story around it. It should give concrete examples of how you were resourceful, hard working, how you overcame obstacles, or achieved results. Give the reader a reason to root for you and applaud your creativity or guts. Again, it's likely to come up in the interview allowing you to lock in a favorable and lasting impression.


I'm not saying that hobbies are more important than job skills. What I am saying, is that you're competing with big stack of paper. And hiring managers know, when all is said and done, they've got to hire a person. Help them get to know you as a well-rounded person up front, and you'll have an edge over all the 2-dimensional, 8 1/2 by 11 sheets on their desk.



You're facing a huge opportunity. Every job applicant you're competing against submits two docs - a resume and a cover sheet. And they completely waste one of them. Imagine your advantage when you consistently knock it out of the park. Here's two steps to take:
Get your copy of tips and tactics for writing professional cover letters in the new millennium. You'll be far ahead of the crowd.