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sagor k Member Since: Jul 27, 2016
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can anyone give me cover letter sample for data entry or web research?

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Saifullah A Member Since: Sep 9, 2015
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@sagor k wrote:

can anyone give me cover letter sample for data entry or web research?


 Hello Sagor,

    Why not having a thorough look on following link?

https://support.upwork.com/entries/23110898

Thanks.

 

Saifullah

"I may not the best, but I am not the rest."
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Md Ibbrahim H Member Since: Sep 4, 2015
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I just give you a cover later .

 

Dear hiring manager, 

 I have got your job posting on Big commerce Data Entry Project. According to your job description you need a fast worker for Big commerce Data entry . For your kind information I want to let you know that I have been working with these types of works for more than3 years. I am fully expert in Big commerce , web research, extracting email, data mining, Google, Bing, Yahoo, MS Office (Full), Google Docs, Google Document, Google Spreadsheet, Adwords, Analytics, Webmaster, SEO, SMM, SEM, B2B Marketing, Lead Generation, Directory and other related programs. I can assure you that I will be able to submit your task in time with quality work. I am waiting to be hired in this project to show my skills.

 

Regards ,

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Lars S Member Since: Jul 19, 2015
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Is that a good cover letter? Never use "Dear hiring manager" in a cover letter. How do you know they are a hiring manager? And as a freelancer and a client i never hire a person who write hiring manager.

 

Best regards 

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Zhe C Member Since: Jan 5, 2017
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Lars S wrote:

Is that a good cover letter? Never use "Dear hiring manager" in a cover letter. How do you know they are a hiring manager? And as a freelancer and a client i never hire a person who write hiring manager.

 

Best regards 


 

Thank you for your information!

However, how should we address the person who will receive our proposal then? According to my experience, we don't know the name of the client representative until we submit the proposal but then we cannot re-edit the cover letter after that.

I feel a little confused every time I submit a proposal

 

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Lwanga G Member Since: Mar 5, 2011
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I have used Dear Hiring Manager and it works for me.
Hiring Manager means the person who posted that particular job and so she/he wants to hire someone.
It is like a temporary title that only applies to that anonymous person managing the applicants list.

 

Zhe C, you can suggest a better way so that we benefit here.

Thanks

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Vaughn Sydrig R Member Since: Mar 11, 2016
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Instead of focusing on what to call the potential client, I think you can show your proficiency and maybe grab the client's attention by going through their job history feedbacks. It's a neat trick to be able to address them with their own name. I'm not saying it's going to guarantee you the job, but it will show that you are detail-oriented and you clearly know your way around the web.

 

Here's an example cover letter I did. I'm not saying this is perfect (no one is) but it does set you apart.

 

The three things I'd like you to see as takeaways from this are: 

 

  1. Be creative, the first few words should get your client's attention.
  2. Be honest (and humble), show the client what you're bringing to the table and answer guide questions in your head like "Why should I hire you?"
  3. Be polite. You don't have to beg, in the end, it's all going to be up to the client to find the best fit for them but knowing you sold yourself as best as you can will give you the peace of mind to keep trying.

 

 

Spoiler

Hi Ronald,

 

You're probably wondering how I know your name, so let's clear that one out. No, I did not stalk you Smiley Happy I read your job posting feedbacks from the past year because I wanted to let you know that I'm interested to work with you as a personal virtual assistant.

 

I've worked as an SEO consultant and customer relations specialist last year. During my tenure with my previous employer, I maintained relationship with my client's clients and did various administrative tasks on top of hiring and managing writers, conceptualizing blog articles, and securing various guest posting opportunities.

 

What I'm bringing to you as a possible virtual assistant is my great attention to detail and problem solving skills. My priority would be to help you do the things you need to do without constantly worrying about other time consuming tasks like scheduling social media posts through Hootsuite or Buffer, preparing text graphics with Canva and other similar platforms, and replying to your customers and clients through email, social media, and any other form.

 

To top it all off, I'm also very much eager to adapt with you as we go through all the other possible tasks you would need me to accomplish. I'm a quick learner and a very positive person.

 

All the best,

 

Vaughn Reyna

 

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Claudia B Member Since: Jan 12, 2017
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However, how should we address the person who will receive our proposal then? According to my experience, we don't know the 


If we don't know the person we address in a letter, then it's always 'Dear Sir or Madam'.

 

I recall to have learnt this in primary school.

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Jennifer M Member Since: May 17, 2015
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@Claudia B wrote:

If we don't know the person we address in a letter, then it's always 'Dear Sir or Madam'.

 

I recall to have learnt this in primary school.


 yeah but then in college they tell you no

 

I'ma go with "no"

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Naresh Kumar S Member Since: Feb 1, 2017
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sometimes we know the name of the client if we see his/her feedback.

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