On this point, everyone agreed: A thank-you note is a must. Most of the pros recommended you send one via email within 24 hours of the interview. Several suggested a handwritten card as a supplement when a personal or creative touch might be especially valued.
But if you really want to stand out, you need to do more than just say “thanks for your time.” The experts suggested these techniques to make your thank-you note shine:
-Reference an article of interest, link or book recommendation relating to a topic that was discussed during the interview
-Write a blog post on a topic discussed during the interview and share the link in your note
- Include supporting documentation that illustrates your ability to do the job. Add one or two carefully-curated examples of your work to show off your expertise.
-Provide a follow-up response to one of the key interview questions. Ever draw a blank or give a less than stellar response during a job interview? Use your note to modify, correct or amplify one of your responses.