Re: To thank or not to thank...

Subject: Re: To thank or not to thank...
From: Susan Bridges <sbridges -at- BDK -dot- NET>
Date: Tue, 1 Jun 1999 12:10:01 -0400

The value of sending thanks to an interviewer goes beyond common
courtesy. As you become accustomed to marketing yourself and your
services, you realize that the more often a prospective client or
employee sees your name and thinks about you, the more likely it is
that you will make a lasting impression. Important principle: take
every reasonable opportunity to communicate with those in a position
to hire you.

Think of it as jumping the gap from short- to long-term memory. It's
all about differentiating yourself from the competition, right?
Perhaps you won't get this job, but if your interviewer remembers you,
you'll come to mind next time there's an opening.
Susan Bridges, Toronto ON
BDK Communication
Tel. (416) 979-3135 Fax (416) 979-3136

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