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on September 8, 2010 with 3 comments
Harness the power of direct mail. The first thing you need to do for a prospecting letter is compile your list. Find 5-10 companies you want to work for based on your research. Compose a letter to your network of contacts asking them if they know of anyone who works at any of the companies on your enclosed list. When a contact does know someone at one of the companies ask him or her to forward your resume to them and let you know how to follow up on the referral.
- Enclose an extreme makeover resume or a
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About the Author
David Perry --- The Wall Street Journal labeled him the "Rogue Recruiter" because of his unconventional approach to executive search.
He's the author of "Guerrilla Marketing for Job Hunters 2.0"., which is David's third book and his second in the guerrilla marketing series. GM4JH captures the best strategies and tactics he's deployed on behalf of his clients to secure talent, and his friends and family to secure jobs. As one career counselor put it - "finding a job doesn't have to be torturous, the book shows you how to get a job even when know ones