|This 48-page book, herein referred to as "33 Ways", provides
the techniques couples with actual cover letters as examples that resulted in
interviews. Provided also is the wording to use to write attention
getting cover letters.
Plain and simple "33 Ways"
increases your chances of success and in getting interviews! Good salespeople sell
the sizzle, not the steak and "33 Ways" teaches you how to sell
the sizzle. Here is what one user said of the program.
"Your ideas regarding the 'SIZZLE', sure have
helped me to get those all-important interviews."
Mr. Tom Sexton
New York, NY
NOTE: After looking for months for a job to no
avail, TOM was able to find the position he wanted in only two weeks,
using the ideas in "33 Ways".
when a company puts an advertisement on the internet or in the newspaper,
they receive upwards of 300 resumes. But, they only want to interview
maybe ten people. How can we be included? We send a cover letter here in
referred to us a sizzle letter with our resume. The sizzle letter is not a
rehash of our resume, but it makes us appear interesting, talented, and
exciting. Exactly what employers seek.
ways gives us techniques and the wording to use to look different and appealing
to the potential employer. That gets us the interview.
ways provides over 25 actual cover letters, that resulted in interviews.
Most of the people went on to receive job offers!
ways explains ten of the sizzle letters and the techniques that were
Each of the 33 techniques is explained
in detail. Each is provided in a paragraph you ran use right out of the
The book shows the difference between just sending resume,and sending a resume with a sizzle letter using techniques of "33 ways".
techniques apply to sales and non-sales types and examples of both
circumstances are given.
33 Ways is unique in that it shows the reader how the techniques may be use in the first person, where a person is presenting themselves or the thirdperson, where a person is being presented by someone else like a recruiter to a potenial employer.
The first ten techniques mentioned in 33 Ways are presented to the reader in both the first and the thirdperson to demonstrate how easy it is to use the techniques to present oneself or to present someone else.
Here are two actual examples RIGHT out of the book.
The examples show the sales and non-sales areas, as nearly all the techniques are interchangable between sales and non-sales.