Q: How do you know where to start with a Cover Letter?
- A: You start from the Job Advertisement and work out what the employer wants you to present in the Cover Letter. Here you will find the key steps to establish what you will and will not put into your letter
Q: Why is a Cover Letter necessary?
- A: Given the screening processes today, a Cover Letter may have as few as 20 seconds to grab an employer’s attention. It must be a showcase of your knowledge, skills and abilities matching their needs in your own style of writing. A Cover Letter should always accompany your Resume because few employers will seriously consider a resume without a Cover Letter today.
- A: With clear step by step instructions that cover both lay out and content and a template to follow, (so that you only need to fill in the details, or even copy and paste) you can have it completed quickly with everything included to get that interview. It is an overwhelming task when you keep searching for what you need to write.
Q: How do you know where to start with a Cover Letter?
- A: You start from the Job Advertisement and/or Job Description and work out what the employer wants you to present in the Cover Letter. Every word in a Cover Letter should be written to get you that interview. You must know what you will and will not put into your Cover Letter.
Q: What’s different about this program compared to others?
- A: The 100% SUCCESS RATE and the ability to know how to keep your Resume up to date and easily write as many different Cover Letters in the future as you want and know that you will get an interview.
Q: Can I use the same Cover Letter for all the companies for which I’m interested in working?
- A: Never, you need to tailor it to the company and position you want. Nothing turns off an employer faster than getting a letter that doesn’t quite fit with what he is looking for because it can be seen that you have submitted a Cover Letter relevant to another job. You will not get an interview you if you happen to make a mistake with the any part of the title of the position or the company details because you’ve used the same letter for other applications.
Q: What makes this program any different from other stuff online?
- A: You can hunt for what you should include and what you shouldn’t include and come up with a huge amount of information and still not know what to say and where to start. Proven results every time is what you should be looking for.
- A: Your Cover Letter and Resume will ONLY stand out if an employer can read everything they need to know about you on the first page they read. Fancy text styles and text boxes can make your Cover Letter and Resume hard to read and a photo would only be included if the employer asks for one to be included.
Q: What if there is no Job Advertisement or Job Description provided?
- A: If you really want to get the job, you need to write down what you think they will be looking for and cover everything. You will then have a good idea of what you will be doing in the job.
Q: How do I format the Cover Letter?
- A: Keep it simple and make every word you use provide the reader with a clear picture of what you have and can do. Using a template document, the outline is already there for you and you only need to follow the steps to insert your content.
- A: You will find the explanations for why things are done and how to write it down so that your effort gets you an interview. It’s easy to follow because every step is completing before you move to the next one. It is a tiny bit at a time.
- A: When you have someone else write your Cover Letter and Resume you can find that the interviewer(s) can easily see that you did not write the documents and then they can/will question exactly what you did and didn’t do in the content. An experience that clearly is not good for your confidence or self-esteem.
Q: I get an interview but don’t get the job, how will this make it different?
- A: After completing this program, you will confidently attend the interview knowing that you will be able to provide in your own words brief precise answers to all the questions the new employer may ask. You will know what the new employer is looking for because you will have addressed everything thoroughly.
In learning how to write it yourself and knowing what to write you will present exactly who you are and what you have done.
Q: How do I start my Resume when I’ve never done one before?
- A: Using a template is a good way to begin and then it’s moving through each step to get everything included in a good order so you make it easy for an employer to read exactly what they want and don’t even have to turn over the first page.
Q: How can I make my application be put in the pile for an interview?
- A: You must save the employer time in reading about you. The first page they read should move your application to the must interview pile. Everything important to them must be on that first page.
Q: If it’s all so brief, then what about the rest of my experience?
- A: In getting an interview you will have the chance to expand further on what you have done relevant to the interviewer’s questions.
Q: What do I say at the interview?
- A: Previously you would have had to prepare separately from writing your Cover Letter or Resume, after completing this program you be able to go to the interview confident that you will provide the interviewer with exactly what they need to make a decision to employ you.