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Sample cover letter for Full Time position at facebook


Digital Marketer


Dear Ms Graham,

This letter is to express my interest in your vacant position for a Digital Marketing Manager, which was recently advertised on the Dayjob.com website.

Everything I do is aimed at connecting both emotionally and digitally with a target audience.

After working for the last five years in a similar role, I am someone who can ensure that the right strategy and digital marketing collateral is implemented to drive demand and customer acquisition.

It’s second nature for me to accelerate online growth and increase digital marketing returns. I can be relied upon to make the correct recommendations for improvements to digital channels based on an accurate analysis of market conditions. As a jack of all trades, I can keep down PPC costs, manage email campaigns and even double-check all work for factual or grammatical errors. I must also mention my excellent problem recognition and resolution skills.

Besides my technical competencies I have the ability to work well in a team environment at all levels of an organization. I am in essence a proactive, well-organized individual who is always respectful of others.

In my current role I work along-side the company’s technology channel partners to design scalable marketing tactics for social media platforms. I am also involved in conceptualising goals and objectives for clients as well as colleagues.

Right now I would like to work for a company where every employee's voice is heard and where everyone works towards a common purpose.

I hope that after reviewing my attached resume you will be convinced of my potential and invite me for an interview to discuss my application in further detail.

Yours sincerely,

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