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Emmanuel A Member Since: Mar 18, 2016
21 of 30

I really got a clique from your "Hiring Manager". Smiley Wink

I would also want to do a little research and know the client's name it makes it easy to for the client to relate.



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Bakhtier P Member Since: Oct 11, 2017
22 of 30

A good example to get the idea for a winning proposal.


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Preston H Member Since: Nov 24, 2014
23 of 30



That is not how this works. We can't send you a cover letter for you to copy and paste and send to clients. That is spam.


Each cover letter should be unique, written by you, to explain how you will help the client with that particular job.


The topic of cover letters has been discussed  extensively in the Forum. Do a search and read some of the threads that are available.

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Bakhtier P Member Since: Oct 11, 2017
24 of 30

Thanks for the reply.


I didn't want a cover letter to be sent to me to copy and paste and send to clients, I just wanted some ideas.

However, by this time, I have known many things to write a unique cover letter.


Have a great time ahead!



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Md. Faisal A Member Since: Jul 24, 2017
25 of 30

you can follow

Dear Hiring Manager,
 I am very interested in your job post involving these skills.I have good experience in data entry, web research, Google documents and MS Office.
My typing speed is more than 50 words per minute. I believe my skills would be ideal for your project.
I can complete this job within the required time period.
thank you
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Iris W Member Since: Oct 3, 2018
26 of 30

Sorry, but never never use Hiring Manager or Dear Client.  Use the name in the advertisement. Go to great lenghths to find out who you should address the letter to. As a HRM I wouldn't look further than the salutation. I would bin the letter. Also repeat the criteria they require to show that you are actually have the skills. The employer must know that you are writing direct to him or her and not just using a standard letter. Research, Research research. Don't be lazy. Three well researched letters are better than 100 empty lazy letters. .Try using some of the resources in  The site is so old it may not show up well but content still up to date.

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Iris W Member Since: Oct 3, 2018
27 of 30



You have set out your skills which presumeably the employer has asked for.

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Shouvo A Member Since: Aug 27, 2018
28 of 30

Dear Client, 

I am really happy to see a job posting which is very much related to what I have been doing for the past years. I feel I am well suited to exceed your expectation, not only do I appear to meet your exact needs but the position I always sought and firmly believe that I will thrive in. 

I have been a lead researcher of a UK and US base company which honed my skills with regards to lead generation and data mining which includes cold calls and email management/handling. I have mastered ways of gathering leads from social media and ads platform down to the deepest result of every search engines. I am so much confident to do the task with the team and really hoping to be a part of the team. 

Kind Regards, 

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Iris W Member Since: Oct 3, 2018
29 of 30

Try an old website but info is still up to date

Lots of samples.

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Waqas A Member Since: Dec 18, 2018
30 of 30

Hello Sir,

I am writing in response to your advertisement for a “Data Entry Assistant & Internet Researcher”.

After carefully reviewing the experience requirements of the job description, I feel that I am a suitable match for the job.

I’ve held several data entry positions that entail inputting customer requests, inquire, and tracking codes of products I also perform administrative duties including copying and faxing documents, telephone numbers collection, transferring data, web research and reports to immediate supervisor. I feel that I can add professionalism and accuracy to your current team of professionals. With extensive experience supporting all levels of a department and working directly with external vendors, I take direction well and can complete a heavy workload and complete projects under minimal supervision. If you feel there is a mutual interest, I would welcome the opportunity to meet with you to learn more about your company, the requirements of the position, and how my qualifications would be a good fit. Thank you in advance for your time and consideration. I look forward to Hiring from you soon.

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