Proposal Best Practices
By: David Seibert
A Practical Guide to Improve
Your Win Rates When Responding
to Non-Federal RFPs
Filled with actionable advice, practical recommendations, and lots and lots of examples, Proposal Best Practices shows you the most important things you have to do to win more business when responding to RFPs from other businesses or SLED (state and local government or educational organizations) agencies. It discusses what to do before an RFP comes out, how to write compelling proposal content once the RFP is released, what to do after a proposal is submitted, and more.
Far from a long, boring text, Proposal Best Practices is an easy-to-read and practical guide that’s as entertaining as it is informational. Read it. Apply it. Profit from it.
Filled with actionable advice, practical
recommendations, and lots and lots of examples.
Business Development Best Practices
If you’re serious about improving your win rate, Proposal Best Practices shows you the most important business development best practices to accomplish your objective.
Learn how to write persuasively, how to articulate your strengths vs. competitors, how to improve proposal readability and skimmability, and how to build a compelling message focused on each buyer.
Lots of Practical
Advice and Examples
Proposal Best Practices doesn’t just say, “do this.” It includes lots of examples to show you how it’s done.
If you want your proposals to resonate with buyers, you have to demonstrate how your solution is going to help them, how it’s going to solve their problem. Proposal Best Practices shows you how.