How to guarantee your proposal is opened and read

The goal in this phase is gaining client’s attention, make sure you check out these quick tips. Written by Adam Hempenstall

There’s no point spending hours writing proposals only to send them and have them not read.

Why then, do we constantly see business owners sending proposals on Sunday mornings and 3am on Wednesdays. I understand the thinking “They’ll see it when they get to their computer”.

The problem is, they’re more likely to read it in 3 seconds on their phone to check the price and close it down. You’re then left chasing shadows trying to get them to read the bit you actually put the effort into.

How do you avoid this and have them open and pay attention to your proposal?

Give the video a watch to find out.

I shot this up at the beautiful Krka Waterfalls about an hour outside Split, Croatia. It’s an absolutely beautiful part of the world. I wish I’d got more footage of the scenery.

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