The best thing you can do to improve your chances of landing the job: Sending an interview follow-up email.
If you’re in a hurry, here is a quick example of a perfect follow-up email:
Not only does it show you’re courteous, but also that you’re willing to take action for your job.
There’s a bit more to it though: I want to show you a three-step system for following up that goes beyond a single email. When you do this right, it will instantly make you the clear favorite for any job you’re after.
Let’s get started.
Step 1: Collect contact information before you need it
After the interview and before you even consider rushing home to draft that perfect follow-up email, make sure you do one thing: Grab the business cards or contact information of everyone you spoke to.
And I. Mean. EVERYONE.
Was there someone who screened you on the phone before you…