How to Write a Winning Sales Proposal

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    Steve Wexler

    | Posted 2010-03-12
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3 Critical Steps</b><br/><b>Step 1</b> Establish a strong proposal theme and supporting story line.<br/><b>Step 2</b> Scope, organize and write a compelling proposal that communicates a sense of urgency without an exaggerated or overly aggressive tone.<br
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3 Critical Steps
Step 1 Establish a strong proposal theme and supporting story line.
Step 2 Scope, organize and write a compelling proposal that communicates a sense of urgency without an exaggerated or overly aggressive tone.

Present the proposal to key stakeholders to highlight your commitment to the deal and to communicate the most compelling reasons to buy now, and to buy from you.

According to Gartner, there's little room for error in writing a sales proposal, so having a proven, airtight technique in place to get it done—and get it done well—is something every marketer should deliver to the sales force with confidence. Channel Insider gives you inside scoop on writing winning sales proposals.

 
 
 
 
 

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