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Marketing Language in Proposal Writing

Proposals are marketing documents. This should be something everyone knows, but you’d be surprised how often that knowledge doesn’t result in effective marketing language in a proposal. Below are some thoughts on how to ensure that your proposal readers are … Continue reading

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Proposal Survival Tips Revisited

It’s been a bit hectic this past spring and summer, so I haven’t had the opportunity–or, quite frankly, the energy–to write here as often as I’d like. The reason? Proposal writing. That is not a sport for the faint-hearted or … Continue reading

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Working in the Little Room

If you ever take a job doing proposal writing, eventually you will spend some time in The Little Room. Okay, maybe it’s not that little, but there are a few attributes to a proposal “war room” that are pretty common, … Continue reading

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