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How To Make Hiring Companies Fall In Love With You

Published on 3/6/2013
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There are 3 parts to a job application: 1) Your Resume 2) Your Application Letter 3) The Job Interview I have been self-employed since 2008, but this is something I figured out back then when I used to work for other companies: (In this post I will not focus on the resume. For ideas on what to put in your resume see the link at the bottom of this article). The Application Letter Your application letter is equally important as, if not more than your resume. The whole purpose of the application letter is to get that job interview. So, what do you put in the letter? 1) Branding You sell or brand yourself by telling a little bit about yourself, and mentioning some of the skills relevant to the job you are applying for. 2) Show them you care Show some interest in the company you are applying to. I always do some research, background check, and try to figure out future plans of the company and their competition. In the letter I praise them a little bit (why it would be awesome to work for them) and also give them a hint where/how you would fit in those future plans. 3) Ask for that job interview Sometimes it works if you put some time constraints (pressure points) to make them to take action (because people are busy all the time and they forget). So, let’s say, you are applying for a job in another city. Then you me say something like this: “Next week I will be traveling to and it would be awesome if we could meet!” (try to find out the name of the HR officer or manager of the department you’re applying to). The Job Interview ****** "Most applicants see these meetings as a one-sided interrogation session" ***** Ok. Now you got the job interview, and now what? Well, everything depends on who they are looking for of course, and if it is a temporary or long term commitment. But, there are a couple of things you can do to try to steer the conversation in your favor: 1) Mindset Step into the meeting as if you already are one of them. You have already set the table with your letter. Now your posture and attitude (not to be confused with arrogance) has to be congruent with your letter. Just relax and have fun with it! 2) Ask questions Normally everybody expects only for the hiring company to ask all the questions. Most applicants see these meetings as a one-sided interrogation session. Now, here is where your research is going to pay off: a) When preparing for the meeting, write down YOUR questions in a notebook. b) Bring this notebook and pencil to the meeting. c) When they are talking, take notes, and maybe put down some more questions. d) Now, depending on how the meeting went so far, turn the table around (be casual and subtle about it), and shoot off your questions. ---------------------------------- a d v e r t i s i n g ------------------------------------------ Request your FREE copy of the 2013 Telecommute Resource Directory! 200+ Companies Listed! Work Full-Time or Part-Time! Get Your FREE Copy here: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Try not to focus on payments, salary and stuff like that (especially in the beginning), but more about the requirements of the job, company career path, the work environment and the other people you may be working with, some challenges you think they may have, their position and competition in the market place, their future plans, etc. ****** "People Don’t Hire Other People They Don’t Like!" ******* Remember: 1) First you have to be the person in that letter and that you are the “real deal“. 2) You have to be like-able, people don’t hire other people they don’t like and may not fit in the culture of the company. 3) You have to show them through your questions that you are trying to find out if you like them too. Give them something to think about. 4) Be creative about it, brand yourself, show interest in their company and their problems. 5) Relax and have fun doing it! This is what have worked for me in the past, and I hope this will work for you too!! Good luck! ~Anthony P.S.: Oh, before I forget: Follow up with a phone call or a letter, and try to get a second interview if necessary. If possible, try to get that second interview at the end of the meeting. P.P.S.: Your professional skills are already in your resume. By Relaxing and having fun with it, your soft skills and personality will shine through and may get you ahead of your competition!! For ideas on what to put in your resume checkout this article: Were you looking for something else? Maybe a fun and profitable way to make a decent living from home and retire early? Then this may be what you have been looking for: Or maybe you are new to Online Marketing and don’t know where to start? Then you have to check this out: Let me know what you’re struggling with, and put your questions below or on this page: Share this article with anyone you think may benefit from this. Good luck!
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