It's important to follow up. Whether it be after an appointment or after an interview. But following up after a job interview can sometimes be perceived as annoying. So how do you do it without irritating someone else?
Sean Weinberg, co founder of resume grading web app RezScore suggests that there's one line you don't want to leave out which is: "Please let me know either way." He explains why:
THE most effective line to use in your follow up is "Please let me know either way".
I am going to repeat that: THE most effective line to use in your follow up is "Please let me know either way"
Sure, it's more polite for the company to let you know either way, but with the amount of applicants and the numbered hours in a day, it's not as likely that you're going to get that courtesy call or e-mail unless you specifically ask for it.
Follow up with them to help ensure that they follow up with you.
He also offers up a whole bunch of other great tips on writing a follow up letter, check out the full post over at Simply Hired.