Amazing Cover Letter Creator – My honest opinion

Hey, Stan here, thanks for checking out my blog reviewing Amazing Cover Letter Creator!

You’ve come to the right place if your looking for cover letters for resumes and need a comprehensive review of the Amazing Cover Letter Creator application designed by resume writing expert Jimmy Sweeney.

First and foremost, I just want to clarify that I will be giving you an unrestricted, unbiased and honest review of Mr. Sweeney’s Cover Letter Creator. What you’re about to read are the ESSENTIAL details you need to know before grabbing a copy of the software yourself.

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Job interview

As I eluded to earlier, there is a lot of cover letter builder software out there, and most of it’s pretty similar. How about a cover letter writing tool that actually helps you land a job interview because it sells you into that step? Amazing Cover Letter Creator is just such a miracle worker. It will help you create a cover letter and make it the best possible cover letter for your skills, experience, education, and career goals out of a wide range of styles and options. But where Amazing Cover Letter Creator stands apart from the crowd is in helping you SELL yourself into a job interview.

Upon installing Amazing Cover Letter Creator aka: ‘ACL’,  from the website, cover letter criteria are selected as you require based on ‘hot’, ‘cold’ or ‘other’ job opening types. Then you select from ‘large’, medium’ or ‘small’ total job applicant pool sizes and then select your experience level. Based on these selected criteria, ACL spits out a populated cover letter template instantly. You just personalize and format it according to instructions and then copy and paste it to your word processing software. There’s a lot of detailed documentation to help you navigate ACL’s features, such as tips for preparing, formatting for different media and guides to avoiding common errors, and even information on how to sign you letter properly.

Where The Rubber Meets The Road – Actual Results

So that you can see a REAL example of an ACL cover letter, let me show you one that I made with the software. For comparison (I know that these may be a little tough to see), the first screen shot is the cover letter my professional writer crafted for me for over $100. Second is the ACL version that was based on a ‘Hot’ job opening with a ‘Large’ pool of applicants, and a ‘High’ level of experience on my part and my own particular background.

My Professional Writer’s Template:


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Amazing Cover Letter Creator’s Version:

Now take a look at these two examples, you’ll be your own judge here. I noticed several attributes ACL provided that my professional writer did not. What do you notice? I noticed:

  • Formatting makes the letter ‘pop’ out at you.
  • Letter is shorter.
  • Uses less complicated words.
  • Uses simpler sentence structure.
  • Conveys some sizzle that my professional letter does not.
  • ‘Sells’ me for a job interview.

Bottom Line

As the manger responsible, I would notice and read this cover letter over others. A good cover letter template program will help your job search by selling yourself and your skills into a job interview.

Amazing Cover Letter Creator is NOT A SCAM.

It is a product that really shines because of the many versions of cover letters it easily creates for you in just a few minutes, all based on YOUR specific job hunting needs. It’s not free, but very inexpensive to buy and comes with lifetime updates!

What did I pay for my one professionally produced cover letter template?…. Oh don’t remind me.

Good luck on your efforts to find a job. I hope that my website has helped you,

Stan

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Another job finding tool – this one better work

Ah…the old days, days when this whole process was simpler. You would reply to job postings in the classified section of the paper and call for information or send a resume off to the respective employer. Pretty simple. And what was nice back then was even if an employer did not want to hire you, they would generally always tell you. So you always knew where you stood with your job search. Well, all of this just isn’t true any more.

Things have changed so much from those days, making job searching more complex than ever. Now, you really need a good solid way to stand out from the crowd. And as I mentioned, one way to get your best shot at standing out is to always create a compelling cover letter. But resume cover letter writing is not that easy. So, this year I decided to search for concrete information related to job hunting skills and resume writing tools that work. Not ones that take your money and leave you feeling like you were ‘taken’. I have found some products that ‘do’ deliver on their promises.

And so this blog is a review of Jimmy Sweeney’s Amazing Cover Letter Creator: A software tool that you download to your PC, and provides you with the latest cover letter templates, step-by-step instructions, and tips and reasons why you should use a particular cover letter for YOUR particular situation. (The tailored to me aspect caught me off guard). I was expecting to be presented with a ‘selection’ of templates and then told to go and modify them for my needs. Not here. The cover letter templates are dynamically selected based on several different criteria that you select as related to your own job hunting situation requirements!

I can tell you right off that the Amazing Cover Letter Creator is NO SCAM. The software provides the information, templates, complete phrasing for what the author calls ‘AGIs': Attention Getting Ingredients and reasons why, where and how to use them. Amazing Cover Letter Creator also explains to you the need to create cover letters a certain way, ways tailored to your needs and meant to GRAB the reader’s attention right off the bat.

After I had finished reading the entire Introduction to Amazing Cover Letter Creator, I started through the next steps of learning how to actually create a cover letter using it. I learned several things that would be helpful to share with anyone looking into creating better cover letters, and my honest review will be an unbiased look into determining if Jimmy Sweeney’s Amazing Cover Letter Creator software meets the needs of folks looking for a way to stand out in their job searching efforts.

But first, here are some of the reasons you should consider to use a cover letter generating tool in the first place:

  • Your cover letter is your only chance to sell yourself to a prospective employer so that they will want to interview you.
  • Resumes do not sell your talents, skills or personality. They are not written to do so.
  • Most folks don’t even submit cover letters with their resumes, and if they do, it’s usually just a brief introduction and request to review their resume. They don’t spend any time selling themselves for an interview.
  • A well written cover letter is in fact a brilliant sells letter. Most all submitted cover letters do nothing to land a job interview.

Well, if this is sounding good to you, you are off to a good start. I hope you enjoy reading the rest of my review. Thanks again for stopping by!

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Salary Negotiation – Points To Consider & Secrets To Help

Important Introduction

You are about to discover the 3 most powerful salary negotiation secrets ever revealed.

Read these 3 secrets carefully and they will provide you with ALL you’ll ever need to know about getting paid the money you deserve for the rest of your career.

A word of caution: These 3 secrets are deceptively simple. And yet, if you’ll take the 10 or 15 minutes to read carefully every word right now, then you’ll understand
exactly why so many people all over the world end up losing $1000’s of dollars
everyday when the topic of “how much?” comes up! When you understand the game of salary negotiation clearly, you’ll realize just how easy it is to get paid AT THE VERY LEAST, every last penny a company is willing to pay you—instead of what YOU’RE WILLING to accept! And therein lies the key to a successful salary negotiation!

Money, money, money!

Everyone wants to be fairly compensated for his or her work. Many are not. Some are grossly underpaid. A small percentage of men and women, however, make quite a bit more than many of heir peers—in the exact same field! These are the people who know the key secrets of salary negotiation. Remember, it’s never too late to ask for a raise or negotiate a higher salary at a new position and/or company. It’s all about how you approach the topic and when to do it.

How do you get paid what you’re really worth?

How do you capture every last penny, that a company would be willing to pay you, without appearing greedy or demanding? How do you go about negotiating your salary and benefits when the time finally arises?

These are the questions I will be answering. So the next time you find yourself discussing your salary for a job, YOU will confidently and comfortably be equipped to NEGOTIATE the best possible deal the employer is willing to offer you and sometimes an even better one!

Entire books have been devoted to the topic of “getting paid what you’re worth”
(salary negotiation). But a book isn’t necessary. All you need is right here in my three key strategies that you can use to your big advantage so you can earn more money than ever before. They include tangible, practical skills that you can learn easily and implement quickly in important career areas. Too much information becomes overwhelming and thus, useless.

That’s what you’ll get right here. THE BIG 3 $alary Negotiation $ecrets that you’ll
use to beat ‘em at their own game. Trust me, it is a game in the “profit and loss” world of corporations. Don’t be fooled. If a company representative can hire you for less, you better believe he or she will!

THE BIG 3 $alary Negotiation $ecrets will provide you with the most simple, useful, and powerful techniques regarding this often misunderstood topic. Finish this e-book and you’ll feel empowered regarding a topic that makes most people squirm and ultimately settle for less. You won’t have to. The end result, and my wish for you, will be to put the power of negotiating YOUR salary back where it belongs—in your hands!

Let’s get started…

As simple as this sounds, before you can negotiate one red cent, it is absolutely crucial that you take a few minutes to assess your particular situation prior to finding yourself  discussing a future paycheck!

First, you will need to have a solid idea of what people are being paid for the position you wish to acquire. Second, you’ll want to find out what kinds of “benefits” are being offered by companies to their employees in the same field. Remember, the “benefits package” is also another major form of compensation to you. Third, did you include your “salary history” or not?

As part of your job search, you most likely submitted a cover letter and resume to a particular company that has resulted in an appointment for an interview. Some companies want your salary history while others don’t ask for it. If it is not required, then leave it out of your cover letter and resume. Your salary history will be another determining factor when it comes time to negotiate.

Step One

First, you need to find out what others are being paid for the same position you’re
seeking. Get an idea of the highs and lows regarding their salary. In other words, find out the salary range for your position in your area. You can do this by visiting the following web site:

A fantastic resource for this exact purpose is:

The Salary.com Personal Salary Report

The Salary.com Personal Salary Report is a salary profile of where your pay range
could be expected to fall within your market. It shows how your qualifications and
education affect your pay. You can use the report to negotiate for a raise, a promotion, or a salary in a new job. The bottom line…your boss will know your market value…so should you!

Another helpful web site is Bureau of Labor Statistics (http://www.bls.gov/oco).

Every two years the bureau publishes, The Occupational Outlook Handbook. The book and the web site contain a wealth of information regarding, occupations, industries, positions, geographic regions and average earnings information.

In the “real world” offline, you can use your imagination, creativity and of course the good ‘ol fashioned telephone to ask questions of knowledgeable persons. Call up a temp agency, job recruiter, or perhaps a friend or family member. The point is to get an accurate idea of the salary range for certain positions. Take the time to do this first. It’s not difficult, and as you’ll see, it’s the foundation for successfully negotiating your salary with a prospective employer.

Note: Keep in mind that for some jobs, employers pay a specific starting salary without room for negotiation. It will be very obvious to you when you’re in this situation. If so, you can accept what is offered and then plan to discuss a higher salary down the road after you’ve proven your worth.

Step Two

Second, consider the “benefits package!” Which benefits are most important to you? Write them down so you’re familiar with what to ask for and what you’d be willing to accept. This can be a fairly large portion of your overall compensation, ranging from 10% or 15% to as high as 25% or 30%. You’ve got health coverage, health plans, life insurance, holiday and vacation plans, retirement plans etc. to think about.

You can take the same steps here as you would when finding out the average salary for your field. Use the phone, the Internet, etc. Just make sure you do it! As the saying goes, “Knowledge is power.” The more knowledge you have, the more prepared you’ll be during the interview and negotiation process, and that preparation will lead to power—the power to get the job you want at a salary that’s right and fair for you.

Here is a list of some of the many “fringe benefits” companies offer. Obviously, these
vary depending on the position you’re applying for.

Health Plans/Insurance
Life Insurance
Dental Plans
Disability
Malpractice Insurance
Insurance For Dependents
Sick Leave
Vacation
Personal Leave
Personal Days
Educational Leave
Educational Cost
Reimbursement
Parental Leave
Health Leave
Bonuses
Profit Sharing
Stock Options
Expense Accounts
Travel Reimbursement
Parking
Automobile Allowance/GasCard, Etc.
Relocation Costs
Sabbaticals
Fitness Memberships
Flexible Work Schedules

Which of these appeals to you? What is most important to you? Make a written list of
the benefits you desire most.

Step Three

Third, sometimes company officials want you to include a “salary history” with your resume. This tells them what you’re used to being paid. This is a fairly common practice. However, I wouldn’t volunteer your salary history unless it has been requested. If you have already given this information to an employer, you can still
negotiate a higher salary, but the game changes a little.

You still have negotiation power even if the employer knows what you have been paid in the past. So don’t let this discourage you. In some cases this can be used to successfully negotiate more money than you’ve ever made before. The fact that your salary history is there for everyone to see can give you the opportunity to voice your
desire for more money based on your history, experience, and skills.

All employers know that people want to earn more. When you’ve included your salary history and the topic of compensation comes up, express your desire openly to earn more money.

This isn’t about greed; it’s about what you’re worth.

It can show ambition, drive, motivation and confidence in yourself and your abilities. Certainly these are the qualities all companies look for in prospective and current employees. Regardless of whether you’ve included your salary history or not, HOW YOU NEGOTIATE the best deal stays the same. Exactly how to negotiate your salary is revealed in Secret #3. So keep reading…

When you have NOT included your salary history, the employer won’t know what you expect. And if you’re not familiar with compensation for the type of position you’re seeking, you may enter the discussion ready to accept a salary that is much too low! You could be dismissed as a prospective employee simply for being uninformed—
and unprepared for this job!

For example, XYZ Company is more than willing to start you at $60,000 a year for a certain position and you enter the conversation satisfied with $25,000! The employer may view you as either unqualified or lacking the knowledge the position requires. Not a good start. However, suppose you said you were “comfortable” starting at $45,000 a year and the company was willing to pay you $60,000 to start. This is better than $25,000, but it’s still too low! What do you think the chances of them paying you the $60,000 would be? Probably not very good considering they can save $15,000 a year paying you the $45,000 you’d be “comfortable” with!

You just cost yourself $15,000 a year minimum by not knowing what they were WILLING to pay you! That’s thousands of dollars less per year for your talent and skills because you were “comfortable” settling for less. For the wise salary negotiator, he or she would get AT LEAST the $60,000 every time! After all, that is what XYZ Company was WILLING to pay for this position to begin with.

Here’s a case in point. A book author was invited to speak to a group of school children in Sacramento, California about his life as a full-time children’s writer. He was so flattered by the invitation that when the meeting planner asked for his usual fee, he was caught off-guard. He tossed out the first number that came into his mind. $500 for a full day. It sounded fine to him. The planner remarked that his request was well within her budget and she thanked him for that!! (Shrewd businesswoman that she was.) She closed the deal on the spot and promised to Fax him the written agreement that day.

Later, however, after speaking with a colleague about this opportunity, the man found out that other authors, for similar events at the same school, were paid $1,000. He had just LOST $500 because he had NOT taken the time to do his homework ahead of time regarding compensation for similar events at the same location.

On the other hand, a professional speaker I know (my mother, in fact!) was asked to give a customer service presentation to the employees of a mortgage company. The meeting planner offered $1500 flat fee for two three-hour programs. Mom countered by saying that her typical fee for such a day is $3000. Then she went on to ‘sell’ the meeting planner by telling her what she could expect for that fee. Mom was enthusiastic and upbeat. The meeting planner got excited. “You sound fabulous,” she said, “Let me see what I can do.” She promised to call back the next day after speaking with her boss, the president of the company, the one who made such decisions.

The meeting planner came back the following afternoon with a counter-offer of $2500 and permission for my mother to sell her books and tapes at the event (thus providing another means of income). They drew up the agreement that day. My mother—who was prepared, polite, and professional—just made herself an additional $1000 by being clear about the minimum she’d accept and then sticking to it—no matter what. She also had a solid idea of what they were willing to pay!

You can do the same! And you must.

As you will soon find out, the less you say the better it gets! So please don’t feel intimidated. This topic is much easier to master than you think. You just need to know when to keep your mouth closed and when to open it! I’ll show you how. Okay, after you do a little homework about your field’s salary range, you’ll be armed with the most powerful knowledge necessary to successfully negotiate the highest possible salary. Believe me, it’ll impress the employer when it counts most.

Let’s move on…

After you have a good idea what range of salary a particular position pays, next you should make a decision as to YOUR MINIMUM salary. What is the MINIMUM salary YOU’RE willing to accept? Take a close look at your finances, expenses, wants and desires before you decide what is acceptable to you. Lay it all out on the kitchen table. What are your monthly expenses? What do you want to purchase that you cannot currently afford to buy? Are you in debt? How much would you like to be paid so that you not only can pay all of your bills, but you can invest, save, purchase, donate, etc.?

Don’t just grab a number. Take the process seriously. Be informed so when the subject of salary comes up, you’ll be ready to discuss what you need with confidence.Then, of course, you’ll want to strive to exceed that number by being a wise negotiator, which is revealed next in Secret #3.

Once you’ve come up with this number WRITE IT DOWN! That’s the MINIMUM you’ll accept and no lower. Feel good about this decision and stick to your guns. This means you should be willing to walk away if the offer is lower than what will satisfy you.

It’s now time to join a very elite crowd of job-seekers. The tiny crowd of wise salary negotiators! PLEASE NOTE: The first two secrets accomplish a couple of critical things for you. First, you arm yourself with the proper knowledge so that some shrewd “priceshopping” employer cannot take advantage of you. And second, you stand firm in your decision for a minimum acceptable salary that not only meets your needs, but one that you’d be truly satisfied with. Now imagine how much more relaxed and confident you’ll feel after accomplishing these two simple, yet crucial tasks.

Here are the 2 GOLDEN RULES to salary negotiation…

1. Wait until the interview process is over to discuss salary and benefits!
2. Let THE EMPLOYER start talking first!

When you are certain you want a particular job, when you are certain this is the final interview, when you are certain they’ve seen you at your best, when you are certain they really want you… then and only then, do you let THE EMPLOYER TALK FIRST about salary. Do not respond to an employer’s question such as, “What kind of salary did you have in mind?” This is simply a way for the employer to get a figure out of you that is hopefully lower than what he or she is willing to pay.

Your response to this type of question should be something like the following: “I’m going to leave the salary and compensation issue entirely up to you. If you’d like to discuss how much the job pays and its benefits, I’d like to hear what you have in mind and then give you my thoughts.” The point is to throw the ball back into the employer’s court—as smoothly and politely as possible. Get the employer to talk numbers first and you’re almost always going to come out ahead in the salary department. Don’t forget this!

Delay the salary discussion for the end of the interviewing process and reap the reward$. If you’ve made such a great impression that they just have to hire you, they may at this point offer you more money than they would have if you’d discussed salary prematurely. Make sense? After all, why are they asking you what salary you have in mind? I’ll tell you why, because they’re hoping to find a bargain by getting you to speak first! Remember this!

Hey, it’s their company. Shouldn’t the employer know what he or she is willing to pay for the position? Of course he or she knows! The employer is just playing the negotiating game. If YOU play the game right, you’ll win. And you’ll even become more appealing to the employer because you know what you’re doing and you will be considered MORE valuable.

Think about this. You will be more valuable in their eyes when you go into the negotiation with this information because you will KNOW what you are doing. Your main skill is to politely and effectively deflect all attempts by an employer to get you to “talk numbers” FIRST AND EARLY in the interview process. DON’T DO IT or you’ll never find out what an employer is willing to pay you. If you start negotiating early and often, just the opposite will occur. The employer will now have some valuable money-saving information about you—what you’re willing to be paid! And if it’s lower than his or her number, bingo! You’re now a bargain! And that’s exactly what can cost you 1000’s of dollars! Be polite, respectful, interested, motivated, enthusiastic, and TOSS THE BALL BACK INTO THE EMPLOYER’S COURT!

Once you have arrived at an actual starting salary, it is at this point that you want to discuss the “benefits package.” You have already given some prior thought about what is important to you in the way of benefits. This is the time to use that knowledge! Again, all the same rules apply here as they did in negotiating your salary. Let the
employer speak first. You can get the ball rolling by asking a simple question like, “Could you please explain the benefits that come with this position?” At this point, zip your lips and just listen.

After you’ve heard what the employer has to say regarding his or her company’s benefits, feel free to communicate the ones that are most important to you. Be honest and speak openly. You’re already at the point of nearly landing the job. And as I said before, if you don’t get what you want, be prepared to walk away! Remember, all smart job-seekers have more than one cookie in the cookie jar. Don’t put all yours in one jar either.

The point I’m making here is that you could and should be negotiating with at least a few companies at once, thus giving you the leverage and freedom to choose the best deal that makes you happy and keeps you motivated to get up in the morning.

SIDE NOTE: You may find some great opportunities with some of the smaller companies (under 100 employees). And I believe the negotiations for salary can be more flexible with the small to medium-sized companies. That is not to say that some of the largest organizations don’t offer some great opportunities, as well. However,
many career experts advise job-seekers to apply to some of the newer and/or smaller companies. Please keep that in mind.

OK, we’re getting there! You negotiated salary and benefits. Things are looking good. There is one last item I’d like you to mention. A RAISE! Simply say, “I look forward to working here and am confident I can perform the job to meet and exceed your  expectations. If I work hard and accomplish this goal, what can I expect in the way of a salary raise or bonus? And what are the typical time lines for my position?”

NOW you’ve covered all the compensation bases! So, let’s say that you really like what you hear, you’re officially offered a job at a salary your satisfied with, and benefits that meet or exceed your wants and needs.

GREAT!
There is one last thing you must do…

IMPORTANT! Once you’ve successfully arrived at an agreeable, workable, satisfying solution for a job, it’s time to GET IT IN WRITING!

Then send an Acceptance Cover Letter  to the employer. ALWAYS request an EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT or a LETTER OF AGREEMENT to finalize what has been agreed to. Verbal commitments are not enough to start work on Monday!

Please read the above sentence three more times!

Negotiating a higher salary for YOU is all about knowledge, preparation, and knowing what to say and when to say it. As you have discovered here today, the less you say the better. Most job-seekers don’t understand that employers will almost always try to save money if they can acquire a good employee for less money. It is a bargain-hunting, money-saving, price-shopping game to the employer.

Now that you understand the “game” you can see how imperative it is that you get the employer to speak FIRST at the END of the interview and hiring process. It’s the reality of business and money. Why would they pay you more money if they don’t have to? Think about what will happen if you don’t come in prepared and knowledgeable. By the time you are finally earning what they WOULD have paid you (if you had been a wiser negotiator) it’ll be a couple of raises and a few years later! Don’t let this happen to you.

By the way, what’s the worst thing that can happen? You say NO to the offer! You already know what you need and what your minimum salary is and you are determined to get it. YOU won’t settle for less. That itself is an appealing quality to a prospective employer. Follow THE BIG 3 $alary Negotiation $ecrets exactly and you’ll get the most out of any company—every time!

The ‘BIG 3′ GOLDEN CHECKLIST For Quick Review…

  • Research average salary range for the desired position.
  • Research average “benefits package” and determine what benefits are most
    important to you. Put them in writing.
  • Define your minimum acceptable salary and write it down.
  • Wait until the interview process is over to discuss salary and benefits.
  • Let THE EMPLOYER speak first!
  • Throw the ball back into the employer’s court—politely, yet firmly.
  • Discuss the companies BONUS and RAISE policies.
  • ALWAYS request an employment contract or a letter of agreement to
    finalize what has been agreed to.
  • Never settle for less than you promised yourself. You WILL find what you’re
    searching for if you stay focused and don’t give up. This is the truth!

Now that you have the insight you need, don’t you dare settle for less ever again!

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Resume Writing Tips & Secrets

Jimmy Sweeney is allowing me to give away the instant-download, (eBook version) of his newest book to my readers as a special gift.

And that means YOU!

It’s called, “Top 10 Secrets of an Amazing Resume.”

I am glad that Jimmy is letting us in on this special give-away, especially in these tough economic times.

You’ll love this one-of-a-kind eBook, the graphics are really fun and you can read it quickly because of Jimmy’s easy-reading, “Top 10″ format.

I promise you’ve NEVER seen anything like it before.

If you want to discover some of the greatest “think-outside-the-box” job search strategies ever revealed, get your copy right now…

To download your complimentary copy click on the book above. (Do it now, the information is REALLY helpful).

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Grab your complimentary copy right now:

Click on the book above, It’s yours for the taking, no strings attached!

I’d love to hear your job search success stories as a result of reading Jimmy’s new eBook.

Yours for success,

Stan

P.S. Here are some of the amazing resume secrets revealed in Jimmy’s new eBook. Secret #9: Bridge Those Trouble Spots. Secret #8: The Impact of Power-Packed Words! Secret #2: Toot Your Own Horn–Loud Enough To Be Heard!

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Practical use of your cover letter

Now what? – practical use of your cover letter

Keep in mind that a cover letter is the document that you send along with your resume, to introduce yourself to prospective employers and ask for an interview. Many employers will choose to skip over resumes because of the lack of a well written cover letter. No matter what type of job that you are applying to you need to supply a well written cover letter.

You can look at a cover letter as someone introducing you to speak in front of an audience. It is one short page to introduce yourself and give a brief highlight of your skills. This is the place where you can convince the prospective employer to look over your resume. Many job hunters choose to write one cover letter and use it for every job that they apply to. This is not in YOUR best interest to land the job. The hiring manager at the company that you are applying to, will not like seeing the same cover page being sent to every job opening. They want to see effort and creativeness put into the  resume cover letters that they receive.

Using a cover letter template, such as Amazing Cover Letter, is a great tool for you to use. But, you want to customize the cover letter template for every submission. To do that,  you are going to need some basic information about each job you want to apply for.  One of the best practices of job hunting is to keep a copy of the help wanted job posting hat you are applying to. This will prove to be a vital piece of information to refer to often as you prepare to apply to a job you are interested in. Here’s how it will help you:

  • One of the pieces of information that you will want to have is where you saw the company’s ad and when. Many employers want to know which of their recruiting techniques are working.
  • Another piece of information that you will need from the job posting is the list of qualifications. You will choose one to two of the qualifications that you are going to focus on in your cover page for resume. In the cover letter,  you will point out how your skills match these two qualifications.
  • The third piece of  information that you need for writing your resume cover letter is the name of the position that you are applying for. The company probably  has many job openings that they are recruiting for. Make sure that they know what position that you want to be considered for. If there is the name of a contact person on the help wanted ad, you will want to note this. It is better to address your cover letter to a specific person when you can. This will help to give your cover letter the feel of being individualized.

After you have used all of the information that you have gotten from the job posting to write your resume cover page, there is just one vital point left to make:

Through your resume cover letter, you need to ask for an interview.

This may seem like it is something that goes without saying, but This is not true! You need to make the point of asking to be called to set up an interview. And this is where Amazing Cover letter really helps, because it sells your skills so you can land that interview.

Finally, make sure that you provide your contact information in your cover letter, noting the times that you are available to take a phone call, which is a great way to help the prospective employer get in contact with you.

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A useful tool to easily create attention getting cover letters

Resume cover letter writing is not an easy task to do well and in today’s job market, you really MUST have a GREAT cover letter to stand out from the crowd of competitors for ANY job. The purpose of this review is to determine if Jimmy Sweeney’s Amazing Cover Letter Creator has the capability to really help you to EASILY create cover letters that Stand Out. To cut to the chase, is it worth the price and can you and I use it without it becoming a real pain in the butt!

I can tell you from experience as a manager, that the process of reviewing piles of resumes submitted for a job is not easy or fun. It’s boring as hell and would take big chucks of valuable time out of my day, trying to be fair with the review of submitted resumes and applications. From this experience, I can tell you for a fact that if you have a cover letter fronting your resume; most applicants don’t provide one; and it is short but interesting, I am going to take that valuable time to review your resume more closely. Why, because in providing your cover letter, you have given me a sense of who you are. So, tip number one from me is to always include a cover letter with every job application. Either electronic or paper.

You may be able to tell that I have an ‘attitude’ about software writing tools. I do. Like yourself, I have purchased, downloaded, read and reviewed template software, video programs and ‘professional’ opinions that all in the end became useless to me. This was because these tools and programs were expensive to update or could not be updated, were cumbersome to learn and use or that they just really didn’t work for my personal circumstances. And a lot of times I would purchase these programs out of desperation, looking for ‘something’, somewhere to give me an edge in trying to find a job. A job I needed very desperately. Maybe you can relate to these feelings.

So, if you are looking for an honest review of Jimmy Sweeney’s Amazing Cover Letter Creator, then you have come to the right place. I really hope that my review will help you to make the right decision regarding the purchase of this product.

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