3 tips for writing a thank you note that’ll make you look like the best candidate alive
(Original article by Mark Miller)
Sending a thank you note after an interview is really more of an expectation than an option. If you overlook it, it could cost you the job—and you know that already.
But what you may not know is that it’s not simply a formality. Your follow-up letter can be surprisingly powerful if you take the right approach. And the trick to taking that right approach is to use a marketing mindset, even if you’re not even close to being in that field. After all, you’re pitching your skills, experience, and character when you’re on the job hunt, which long story short, really means your marketing yourself.
So, with that in mind, try applying these fundamental lessons to your next thank you: