Dear Eric,
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. I have two school-aged boys that play the violin, so that is currently my favorite instrument. 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. 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.

I recently created content requiring similar outlines, along with follow-through buyer’s guide and snippet writing, for a 3rd party vendor for Amazon and Amazon UK. This project included research and outline creation that sounds very similar to what you describe here, and I feel my experience would be a great fit for this role.

I hope to have to the opportunity to learn more and work on a sample outline to show you what I can do. Thank you for your time.

Michelle Kazensky
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