How to write your motivational letter on an Internet Job Site
When you register on an Internet Job Site, you will be asked to write a short motivtional letter about yourself. The best way to proceed is to follow the KISS principle - KEEP IT SHORT AND SIMPLE.
Use fairly short sentences and simple words. Most sites ask for the letter to consist of only 100 - 300 characters. That gives like a quater of an A4 page.
Pay attention to punctuation and grammer. You will be judged on your English writing skills as much as, on the content of your letter. Give a few of your strenghts such as being reliable, dedicated, hard working, responsible, effective, loyal, a self starter, an independent worker or organized. Try to avoid terms such as "people's person" or "fun loving" - that translates into being on your cell phone with friends during working hours.