Candidate writing Do's and Don'ts 

 

Remember, short, concisely written messages are the best. The messages should not answer all the questions or give them a complete understanding of the role.

 

Force them to schedule a call with you to give them that information.

 

If you give them everything on email/messaging many times they will not get on the phone with you.

 

Samples of some good copy below, happy hunting!

 

LinkedIn Invite:

 

Joe,

 

We specialize in Media Sales recruitment.

 

Would you have interest in a Regional Sales Manager role Dallas terr. w/ 20-year-old growing Company?

 

Strong base/comm. plan, exclusive territory and captive audience

 

If it's not a good time, no worries, let's connect for the future

 

Dean

 

 

InMail or email message:

 

Joe,

 

We have an opening for a Sales Executive with a growing 20-year-old Cutting Edge Digital Communications Company. They are seeking someone to exclusively cover the Dallas area working from a home office! Successful Reps are making from 100-200K+. Top Rep. made 300K last year!

 

The position comes with a strong base salary, high commissions, paid gas, health Ins, laptop, and cell phone etc....

 

I have been working with this Company for the past 15 years and they have a remarkable platform.

 

Would you have any interest in discussing the role if the compensation and growth potential were better than what you have currently?

 

Looking forward to your response either way.

 

Best Regards, 

 

Dean Garamella | Founder & Managing Partner

HireResources a TailoredSolutions Company

Direct (203) 360-2501

dean@hireresourcesllc.com

 

 

 

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