If you're struggling to start your cover letter, here are 6 different variations that have worked for others, along with why they worked. Use them as inspiration for your introductory paragraph.
Ever since I first dabbled with Canva's user-friendly design tools as a college student, I knew it was a company I wanted to work for someday. As I launch into the next phase of my career, I am excited to apply for the Marketing Content Creator position and contribute to a platform I have cherished as both a casual user and marketing professional.
As a devoted user of Dropbox to simplify my workflow and keep my projects organized, I couldn't help but be drawn to the Marketing Content Creator role. With my experience in crafting engaging content and driving measurable results, I believe I am well-suited to help Dropbox maintain its position as a leader in the cloud storage and collaboration space.
I was delighted to come across the Marketing Content Creator opening at HubSpot, a company I deeply respect for its commitment to inbound marketing and customer-focused content. As an experienced content strategist, I am eager to contribute to a company that aligns with my values and approach to marketing.
As someone who has relied on Mailchimp's email marketing services to communicate with clients and grow my own freelance business, I was thrilled to see an opportunity to join the team as a Marketing Content Creator. I am excited to apply my content strategy skills to help Mailchimp empower even more small businesses to succeed.
As a lifelong learner and a believer in the power of accessible education, I was captivated by Coursera's mission to provide universal access to the world's best education. With my background in content strategy, I am eager to join the team as a Marketing Content Creator and contribute to Coursera's impactful work.