A well written sales proposal can mean all the difference between winning or losing, getting on the short list or getting binned.  Regardless of the type of product or service that you sell, it’s always good business practice to have a couple of sales proposal templates on hand so you can quickly send prospective customers and clients relevant information about your business.  

But I’m not talking about any old piece of information – I’m talking about a compelling story that piques interest, inspires action and encourages a response.  One of the most difficult aspects of a sales proposal is getting your prospect to take the time required to actually read it.  How do you make sure your proposal is read?  It’s not that hard – a successful proposal is one that focuses on the needs of your prospect, not on the products and services that you sell.

Putting together a compelling sales proposal is time consuming and can be a little daunting for some, but getting it written – and more importantly, written right – can pay huge dividends down the line.  Don’t make the mistake of just dumping in a pile of facts and figures and hoping it will do the job, because it won’t.

A good sales proposal must be convincing – your prospect needs to believe that you have the competence to deliver, and be persuaded that you are the best choice for the job.

If you need a successful and persuasive document written then you’ve come to the right place.  To find out more about Word Dynamics Sales Proposal writing service contact Pauline on 0400 514579 / pauline@worddynamics.com.au or simply contact me using the form below.

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