5 Ways To Crush Your Competition with Your Proposal Every Time

It’s high time to beat your competitors and stand out from the crowd! Written by Adam Hempenstall

Whenever you send a proposal, it’s highly likely they’re receiving at least 2-3 others. How do yours stack up against those proposals? You can find out by asking your new clients to share others they received but there’s another way.

Make your proposals out in every single way possible.

I recorded this video in Frankfurt, Germany at about 3:30am and inspiration came heavily from the amount of attention this t-shirt got me. It made me feel good and confident (Moreso than usual if you can imagine that!).

Having confidence in your proposals after you’ve hit send is a big moment. Think how you felt the second you hit send on the last one you sent. How did you feel?

In this video, I detail the 3 things you can do to make your proposals stand out, get remembered and make your competition look pathetic in comparison.

Just over half-way through the video, I’m approached by a drunken homeless guy. It was funny so I left it in.

Enjoy

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I love your product, and really like this blog. In a flooded and oversaturated marketing like I’m in (digital marketing), standing out and professionalism is EVERYTHING. BetterProposals.io allows me to do this. Thank you!

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