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Finding a proposal writer for your business is easy and convenient when you do it through Airtasker! Our platform takes away the pains of asking around for recommendations, running ads and doing interviews, or taking a risk on a random freelancer you met online. Plus, you get to specify your budget and ask for a package that’s tailor-fit for your needs.
If it’s your first time hiring a Tasker to do your proposal writing, here’s how to get started. First, select the “Post a task” button on this page. Fill out the details, such as your deadline, proposal summary, and your budget. Once you’re done, tap “Get quotes” and wait for a couple of minutes.
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By writing a winning proposal, you can help your business thrive. A good writer will make sure that your submission answers the following questions:
In general, a research proposal should have a title, research overview (including a problem statement or scope), research context (which may include a review of related literature), questions, methodology, and methodology. A research paper should also have the proper references and citations. Need to translate your research proposal for a foreign audience? You can find a translator near you through our Airtasker.
First, you’ll need to be prepared. Check if you match the foundations’ qualifications and if you have the time to go through the grant writing process. (If you don’t, that’s okay - that’s where a Tasker can come in handy) Next, tailor-fit your grant applications to each foundation you are applying to. Finally, use data to convince the readers of your potential impact. If you have reams of data scattered around your office, you can also consider hiring a data analyst through Airtasker.
The answer depends on you and the Tasker you pick, as well as your business needs. For example, the proposal you need may respond to a request for proposal (RFP). Or, you and the Tasker may go through multiple rounds of revision, or your team may have last-minute changes to the timeline and budget. To be on the safe side, ask your proposal writer about their projected turnaround time for your task.
A good proposal writer will understand your business goals and the client’s needs and choose a good tone for your material. They should also use graphics, designs, and turns of phrase to convey your data in the simplest way possible. As a general rule, proposal writers should assume that the audience is busy and needs to understand the proposal even at a glance.
You can find business proposal writing services here on Airtasker. Now, you no longer need to depend on multiple platforms or friends’ recommendations to find an experienced proposal writer who fits your needs. Ready to start collaborating with a local proposal writer? Tap the “Post a task” button on this page! Business writing isn’t the only thing Taskers can do - you can also use our platform to find business helpers or admin assistants near you.
In general, when you request a proposal writing service through Airtasker, you’ll get a freelance writer who has experience with business proposals. Depending on where you live and the available Taskers near you, you may also find experienced research proposals and grant proposal writers.
For this section, we’ll be tackling the process of business proposal writing. This process may also apply to other types of proposal writing - there will be a difference in the format and nature of the written material.
Before your writer hunkers down and writes your business proposal, you’ll need to brief them. Tell them about your potential client(s), if the business proposal is a “cold” one, or in response to an RFP (request for proposal). Give them all the necessary data, such as your budget for the project, the timeline prepared by your team, and your company’s unique value proposition.
If there are any details about the potential client that you think will help your writer, let them know. This makes it easier for the freelance writer to craft a proposal that will win your prospect over.
The proposal starts with an overview of the opportunity statement. This should reflect a good understanding of the prospect’s problems. Follow this up with your solution and make sure anyone can see the “fit” between you and the prospect.
This is followed by the deliverables and timeline as well as the proposed budget. Since these things will most likely come from your team, you need to relay the latest and most accurate information to your writer.
Next is the “About Us” section. This section can include case studies, sample work, and other supporting details that can convince an on-the-fence prospect about your credibility and expertise. A good proposal writer will make sure that your unique value proposition is communicated in this section.
Once all this is done, the proposal writer sums up the information through an executive summary and an eye-catching title.
The writer proceeds with adding graphics to the proposal and formatting it in a way that’s easy to read, even for the busiest executive. These should be thoughtful, tasteful, and complement the rest of the proposal.
Before submitting the draft to you, your Tasker goes through the proposal once again. They’ll do grammar and spelling checks, make sure that the tone fits your brief, that everything is written in a precise and concise manner, and that skimmers and readers alike can get a grasp of what your proposal is about.
They’ll submit the draft to you, and you can approve it or send it back for revision. Once you’ve approved the proposal, the proposal writer sends the final file(s), so you can present it to your prospect.