1. Introduction _ The introductory paragraph forms the first essential part of a good cover letter format. This opening statement, if used as an application, must clearly explain your purpose for writing the employer. It must explain the reason why you want to apply for the available position. You may also need to include how you came to know of the available post, be it referred or through the classified ads in a newspaper or online. Point out to the recruiter that your competencies meet their requirements. If the intention of your cover letter is to inquire about available positions, then you need to let them know what roles you want to perform.
Increase the spacing between paragraphs and bullet points. Basically put, you will want to make sure your page is not filled from top to bottom with text. Make sure that there is white space on your letter. It just makes it easier to scan or read. Limit your paragraphs. This may seem difficult to fit in all of your information, but you will want to keep the maximum amount of paragraphs to 3. Similar to when you read an article on a website, the longer and more paragraphs the content has, makes it seem like a difficult read.