Take your sales to a higher level with these useful articles and at the same time improve your proposal process.
Monday, January 18, 2021
You are satisfied with the conversation and the proposal you sent afterward. You think there is a good chance that you can carry out the assignment, and you are even looking forward to it. Then it is quite a bit to swallow if the customer or prospect indicates that he does not know yet. But it is not, however, a reason to be discouraged. On the contrary, it is an extra opportunity! The customer or prospect may need more information to make a decision. Read on to find out how best to dispel any doubts. Convince doubting customers with these handy tips
Monday, December 14, 2020
If 1,000 people indicate that something is good, it will be. This is how social proof works. It will not surprise you that especially web shops use this every day. It ensures demonstrably more conversion. The numbers don't lie! A great opportunity to strengthen the persuasiveness of your proposals. In this blog, therefore, everything about social evidential value and how you can apply this successfully in your offers. Use social proof in business proposals
Tuesday, December 8, 2020
Good cooperation is based on trust and attention for each other. It is about clear agreements and responsibilities. About achieving goals and using knowledge and strength. But even with these opportunities in mind, it is occasionally a challenge to find the right words for your proposal. In this blog, three inspiring tips that will help you achieve an agreement and good cooperation. A proposal is the starting point for a good cooperation
Friday, October 30, 2020
Of course you want to win great assignments or orders with your proposals. You do your best to make the best possible offer to the customer or prospect. If only you could crawl into his head to turn on the yes button. The yes button is invisible in everyone's brain. Only neuro-researchers can see it. Fortunately for us, they share their knowledge. Just search neuromarketing. Communication and advertising specialists use the research results to get a grip on the thinking and decision process of consumers (and with success, for that matter). But beware, many of these insights can easily be applied when making proposals. Incorporate one or more neuroprinciples in your proposal and you immediately have a strong lead over your competitors. Read on to discover the 5 most effective neuro-principles that revolutionize the odds of winning proposals! Use neuro principles in your sales and proposals
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