Your Proposal Was Rejected ... But Why?

Written by Diane Hughes

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Step Two - Ask Permission

Ask your prospects for permission to sendrepparttar questionnaire. This will give themrepparttar 149016 opportunity to refuse if they don’t care to participate.

Step Three - Sendrepparttar 149017 Form

Email works best in these situations, so, if possible, send your questions via email. Your prospects will have time to think aboutrepparttar 149018 answers and what information to provide.

If email is not possible, sendrepparttar 149019 form via postal mail. Be sure to include a postage-paid and addressed envelope.

One note: While follow-up is usually a good thing, in this case it’s not advisable. Ifrepparttar 149020 prospect is too busy or simply changed his/her mind about responding, let it go.

Step Four - LEARN!

When you get your responses, review them carefully. Don’t make radical adjustments based on one or two pieces of feedback. Instead, wait until you’ve collected several forms then look for trends.

If you see that most prospects are making reference torepparttar 149021 same things, you’ll know it’s time to make some changes.

By asking a few simple questions, you can find out an enormous amount of information that can help to turn losing proposals into winning ones. Simply be professional. While no one will win every project they bid on, with some “inside information” direct from your prospects, you’ll have a much better shot at creating winning RFPs inrepparttar 149022 future.

Diane C. Hughes *

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Write Your Weekly Ezine in 5-Minutes! (or better yet, don't write it at all)

Written by Ron Hutton

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Alrighty then! It's a great combo isn't it? You don't have to agonize over copywriting. You can publish your ezine in about 5 minutes. You can send it to your millions of subscribers with one simple click of a button. AND you can profit inrepparttar 149018 process.

Here are some resources that you can begin to explore:

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Another awesome resource:

"Best of Web Gold" – this collection of articles is made available by Terry Dean of NetBreakthroughs (huge success online and all around great guy) You'll find over 75 articles that you can use in your newsletter. The only requirement isrepparttar 149019 resource box thing. But you can use your NetBreakthroughs affiliate link inrepparttar 149020 resource box so you'll have a chance to earn money.

Here's exactly what Terry says: "Feel free to use these articles below as long asrepparttar 149021 link inrepparttar 149022 resource box of each article points back to me."

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