"I feel that this job is a good choice for me right now because I have been writing for a number of years but have not yet found a career I am passionate about. I love the core values of your company and I would like to be a spokesperson for your company through writing and I feel that this will help me grow as a writer and in my other passions as well."
The candidate should discuss why the job of copywriter is the perfect fit for them at this stage of their life. Everyone has different reasons for applying for a job, and the candidate should talk about why this job is a good fit for them based on prior experience and where they hope to be in the future. The candidate should discuss what they hope to gain in this job to make them even more successful in the future.
"In five years from now, I see myself being the leading copywriter for your company. I also believe I will greatly grow your outreach program into the community. I believe with my copywriting work, I will help grow your company and reach other customers you would not have reached otherwise."
The candidate should discuss their short term career goals, especially where they hope to progress within the company to which they are applying. A hiring manager is looking for someone with the ambition to continue learning and growing in their position, yet will do so within their company. While the future is uncertain, the candidate should remain positive about making steps to improving their work and being a great copywriter for the company.
"I believe I am a unique candidate because I used to work for a news station and write press releases for the company. I have worked with many companies and have written copy for a whole variety of topics, and I look forward to bring my excited and energetic personality to the table for just one topic."
The candidate should find ways to set his or herself apart from the rest with unique skills or characteristics that make them a great worker and a great fit for the job. The candidate may have a specific personality trait that resonates with the company, with their writing style, and more.
"I want to work for your company because I believe in the tools you sell and I honestly believe in the products you have. For that reason, I believe your specific company is one that I want to represent, and that will resonate in my writing."
A corporate copywriter must hone their writing skills and tone to the specific company they write for. Whether is is a clothing company, a high tech device creator, a medical office, or a school, the copywriter must be a good fit for the style of writing expected out of that business. They should answer this question by talking about why they believe they will be a good worker for the specific company and why they want to be a part of their company.
A corporate copywriter oftentimes works as a freelancer for a business operation and is responsible for writing anything they will use to promote their business and interact with the public. This includes writing brochures, manuals, press releases, weekly emails, and advertisements. A corporate copywriter should have deep understanding of the business world and should know much about corporate companies and practices. They should be able to work on a quick deadline to complete these short written tasks for companies.