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How To Prequalify Leads Before You Begin Writing a Proposal

The truth is, you don't need all the work. And all the work doesn't need you. Some projects are just not worth the time and energy necessary to do them well (or even submit a proposal to them), and some will cause you far more anxiety and nightmares than the financial stress of refusing the job in the first place.


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Structuring Your Proposal Like A Boss

Companies looking for freelancers and contractors can get dozens if not hundreds of proposals for one position or project. So you need to make your proposal stand out -- but in a good way. Let your personality shine, but don't fill the proposal with Grumpy Cat memes or elephant pictures, unless the project is to make Grumpy Cat memes or work with elephants.


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Writing A Great Business Proposal, One Detail at a Time

What goes up, must come down, so they say. Or as my grandmother says: what goes in, must come out. Despite the charming image this saying may inspire, it's technically true. And it is also true when it comes to proposal writing. Think about it. You want to respond to a particular RFP because the work is perfect and the company looking for a contractor has a sparkling reputation.


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What Goes Into A Great Business Proposal

What goes up, must come down, so they say. Or as my grandmother says: what goes in, must come out. Despite the charming image this saying may inspire, it's technically true. And it is also true when it comes to proposal writing. Think about it. You want to respond to a particular RFP because the work is perfect and the company looking for a contractor has a sparkling reputation.


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Automatically Adding your Rates to Quotes

All levels of Osmosis accounts can store pricing information for services or products you sell. For instance, you can specify different service offerings or package levels, or the hourly, daily or monthly rates for different types of work. Many proposals use standard rate cards, with estimates for the amount of time required.


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Freelancers: You Don't Need I.T.

As a freelancer, most of the work I do happens on the computer. But just because I'm online all the time, have to store and manage files, communicate over email, send huge files, protect information, and more, doesn't mean I need an IT department to manage everything for me. In fact, the tools and resources that are currently available make it so everything can be done at home, by me.


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