How about in the form of a poem? This is my template cover letter,:
I'm a great freelancer,
A true content enhancer,
If you need an edit,
To me you should give credit,
For I am known for my punctuation,
All across this great nation,
I am a expert in the grammar,
Without a pause or stammer,
And right before your eyes,
Content will be optimsed,
So don't feel bad or sad,
If your content makes you mad,
I have a 4.97 rating,
It would be 5.00, but for a crazy woman's hating,
My job success is 95,
So for the best, I do strive,
So pick me over the rest,
And your content will be the best.
A poem is, anyway, such an inelegant form of expression. A true master distills their sentiments into the form of a haiku:
The crystal dove lands carefully.
two years: eternal.
Whether he has the patience to spend twenty years of diligent study in order to communicate with such discerning brevity remains to be seen.
Good evening Indunil,
A cover letter cannot be a common template that you use for each and every job. Every job requirement will be different and you'll need to compile your cover letter accordingly. So what are the essential contents of a good cover letter? Well, to begin with, a short introduction about yourself...maybe just a line or two. A brief 'related' past experience. When I mean related, it should be any job that was similar to the one that you are applying for now.
Next, you'll need to discuss the job itself...what 'you' understand about this job and how skilled you are to optimize this job. Remember, a cover letter needs to be concise and kept formal at all times.
Your profile looks good enough to me (I am not able to say better, as I am from a different field). Check what your competitors hourly rates are and in the cover letter, you can justify why you are demanding the ' hourly price/ rate'. Follow these few things, be persistent and judicious and you shall be rewarded.
All the very best buddy! Cheers!!
I don't know about you guys but I write it kinda like this:
I have experience in providing web content, proofreading, and editing for the following websites:
Link 1 - (what I do)
Link 2 - (what I do)
Hire me if you want my skills.
If the client requires "samples", I point them to published work by adding the following:
For samples of my work, see below:
Now I can't say it's perfect but it sure gets straight to the point. And it's quite flexible for practically every job I apply for unless the client requires me to write a secret code first.
@Jennifer, how do you know he plagiarized it? o-o