Writing Proposals That Win You Projects

In this section we cover everything you need to know about writing and winning high-value proposals.

Our templates, advice, and case studies are applicable for:

  • Web Design Proposals
  • Graphic Design Proposals
  • Mobile Application Proposals
  • Web Development Proposals
  • WordPress Proposals
  • Marketing Proposals
  • SEO Proposals
  • …and more

Our views on proposals:

  • You must demonstrate the tangible value that you provide your clients. Find out how.
  • You should try to setup ongoing retainers whenever possible. Find out how.
  • You should package your offering wherever possible, so that the question becomes “A or B (or C)”, and not just “Hire or don’t hire.” Find out how.

Whether through 4+ years of in-depth articles, premium courses, the conferences and events I host, or my podcast, my #1 goal is to help you become a more successful freelancer.

Brennan Dunn
Founder, DoubleYourFreelancing.com

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