Dear Mr. Wilder:
Based on the criteria you listed, I believe I am an excellent candidate for the position of _______________. Please accept the enclosed resume as my application for the position.
As a recent graduate, my professional job experience is necessarily limited.
However, I believe that you will find, and previous employers will verify, that I exhibit intelligence, common sense, initiative, maturity, and stability, and that I am eager to make a positive contribution to your organization.
I am therefore respectfully requesting a personal interview. I feel confident that a frank, in-person discussion will determine if a compatible environment exists for a future relationship. I would welcome this opportunity and assure you that this
would be time well spent. In advance, I thank you for your consideration and look forward to meeting with you in the near future.
Dear Ms Green,
Puzzled by parenthesis?
Stumped by spelling?
Perturbed by punctuation?
Annoyed at the apostrophe? (And alliteration?)
Well, you're not alone. It seems that fewer and fewer people can write. Unfortunately, there are still a lot of people who can read. So they'll spot a gaffe from a mile off. And that means it's a false economy, unless you're 100% sure of yourself, to write your own materials. (Or to let clients do it for themselves.)
To have materials properly copywritten is, when one considers the whole process of publishing materials and the impact that the client wishes to make, a minor expense. Sloppiness loses clients, loses customers.
There is an answer. Me. Firm quotes are free. You can see some of what I do on my multilingual website at [ web address]. If you'd like, I can get some samples out to you within 24 hours. And, if you use me, you'll have some sort of guarantee that you can sleep soundly as those tens of thousands of copies are rolling off the presses.
Luck shouldn't come into it!
With kindest regards