Dear David,
Earlier this year, I left my full-time position as an online content manager to pursue a more flexible, work from home role, that would better suit my family and personal needs. While I’ve managed a variety of freelance roles over the past few months, I’m looking for something a little more challenging and ongoing.

In my previous long-term role as a content manager, I gained many years of experience in writing and editing, as well as website management—all of which I feel would be a great fit for this role. Although, I have not created dental content specifically, I do have experience following style guides and I’m a quick learner. I’ve been a project manager myself and have worked with freelance contributors, so I know what it takes and what’s expected from those hired. I take pride in being an efficient self-starter, who is comfortable working remotely, and has the tools necessary to do so.

As you’ll see in my resume, I have a diverse educational background and thrive on variety and challenge in my work life. I’m proactive and like to get things done, but more importantly, I like to learn new things and be productive contributor, and it sounds like this role might be a great fit for my professional experience and personal needs.

It appears the qualifications section has cut off in the description at and I’m not sure where to submit the writing samples, so I’m goings to go ahead and forward a buyer’s guide and a snippet that I recently created through a 3rd party vendor for Amazon and Amazon UK (please note spelling variances) to the email provided at the site ( with reference to my application.

I hope to have to the opportunity to learn more about the role. Thank you for your time.

Michelle Kazensky
c: 248.425.3426

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