Marketing Intern Cover Letter Sample

Marketing Intern cover letters should contain any prior personal experience with marketing. If you have any personal projects, school projects, freelance projects or similar which you performed marketing duties for, write about those. Internships are often given to those who show the most passion for the job. And having a passion for the job means starting with the responsibilities early. Showing that you have a passion for the problem versus waiting until you're finished with your education to begin your work.

Marketing Intern Cover Letter Sample

Below is a sample of what your cover letter should after using our cover letter template below. Our cover letter templates are standardized. All cover letters should be simple, impactful, well-written, proofread, and readable.

Julie Noles
[email protected]
639-555-9984
Marketing Intern

June 1st, 2013

Dear Mr. Hiccup —

I understand you receive plenty of applications for these marketing positions. But I did some early research and found that your company could greatly benefit from organic search traffic generated through content marketing. As well as dipping into the social media world. I'd love to quickly explain what I think you should do:

Generate editorial surrounding your vertical and attract inbound customer opportunities.
Design and generate social media campaigns which include partnerships with influencers.
Make all inbound PPC spend customized to the visitor's location so the landing pages seem unique and tailored to the visitor.

I look forward to interviewing with you. If there is any information that you'd like to see that I didn't include in my application, please feel free to contact me and I will return that to you as soon as possible.

Sincerely,
Ian Smith

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Marketing Intern Cover Letter

Using a Marketing Intern Cover Letter Template

Follow the instructions below to use the marketing intern cover letter template.

Follow a standard cover letter format

When writing a cover letter, follow a professional cover letter format. Use the following guidelines.

Contact Information
Name
Phone Number
Email Address
LinkedIn Profile
(Optional) Professional Website

Salutation
Dear Mr./Mrs. First Last Name

Opening Paragraph
The first paragraph should greet the reader and suggest an understanding of the job requirements. This paragraph should be no more than 150 words.

Second Paragraph
The body paragraph should contain relative work examples and career accomplishments that entice the hiring manager to read the resume.

Closing Paragraph
Thank the reader for their time. Suggest a desire to interview with the company as soon as possible.

Letter Closing
Sincerely/Yours truly

Signature
Typed Name or handwritten signature
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Patrick Algrim is an experienced executive who has spent a number of years in Silicon Valley hiring and coaching some of the world’s most valuable technology teams. Patrick has been a source for Human Resources and career related insights for Forbes, Glassdoor, Entrepreneur, Recruiter.com, SparkHire, and many more.

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