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Strategies for Writing Effective Online Freelancing Proposals

In the previous section, I described the fundamentals of online freelancing proposals, what they are about what they should contain. In this one, I’ll move beyond the generalities and into some specific practical tips on how to craft effective proposals for freelancing projects. The subjects covered here include deciding how long to make a proposal, factors involved in determining a delivery timeframe, and how to tailor the tone of your proposal to the characteristics of the client. I’ll explain how to use previous proposals and bid templates to save time and avoid mistakes, and discuss contract terms that you might want to include in your offers. Finally, I’ll go through a number of common mistakes that freelancers make in writing proposals, to help you avoid them before they happen.

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