How to Write a Winning Business Proposal [Ultimate Guide for 2018]

 

 

A strong business proposal is a top opportunity to win new business. It is the ultimate sales document, a condensed version of all the value your solution brings to a client’s problem.

Yet, not every proposal puts your business’s best foot forward. There are a lot of aspects to consider. From the audience to the content to the formatting, each part of a winning business proposal requires thoughtful planning and development.

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Holiday Out-of-Office Email Tips [3 Copy and Paste Examples]

‘Tis the season for out-of-office emails!

Yes, with all the holiday planning of feasts and gifts and decorations, there is also the important task of drafting your holiday auto-responder text. You need to let your colleagues and clients know that you’ll be away from your desk celebrating the spirit of the season (and not reading their emails!).

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Know What Goes in a Report

Imagine this scenario: You got approval and budget to attend a four-day work-related conference. You’re back now, and your boss says, in passing, “I’d like a report on the conference. Can you get it to me by tomorrow at 2?…

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10 Best Proposal Examples [With Critical Critiques]

Earning more business starts most often with an effective proposal. Preparing a winning proposal means writing for the client and providing a clear, valuable solution to their problem.

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4 Types of Business Writing [And When to Use Them]

 

The world of business writing can seem vast. Each office seems to have variations of documents, each with their personalized templates and industry focus. Varying scenarios require varying forms of business writing. However, the innumerable documents can be distilled into to four main categories.

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Watch This Video Now: What You Need to Know about Teaching Business Communication

Teaching Business Communication with a Mobile Communication Component

Are the authors of the business communication textbook you've adopted still pretending mobile communication doesn't exist?

Be Sure Your Textbook Has Full Coverage of Mobile Business Communication by 2015-2016

In teaching business communication, for an abundance of useful teaching materials for your business communication course, we suggest you visit these websites: Google+, Reddit, YouTube, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. This sites will provide great assistance in teaching business communication.

Visit this page to order an examination copy of a Bovee & Thill textbook.

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Test Your Proofreading Skills

Get your proofreading game on! Three challenges await you. A hint about the number of errors, followed by the solutions, appears at the end of the tests. Test 1: The Note of Thanks Dear Krista; Thank you very much for…

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Grades for content quality from federal agencies

Since 2010, the Center for Plain Language annually judges the quality of content produced by US government agencies. The results for 2017 are shown below. I love these report cards for several reasons but chief among them is that they use an evidence-based approach. On a shoestring budget. Most complaints about content quality are vague. But the…

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How to Use Singular They

“The employee believed their safety could not be guaranteed.”

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How to Use Singular They

“The employee believed their safety could not be guaranteed.”

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