Free eBook: The Creative Professional’s Guide to Better Proposals

By Nathan Powell on August 13, 2015 in Graphic Design
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If proposals frustrate you, and of course they do, then you’re in good company.

My Name’s Nathan Powell and I’m a creative professional with over a decade of experience. But for the longest time I struggled with my client proposals. This meant I lost out on gigs I wanted, and needed.

I knew I wasn’t the only creative that struggled with proposals. Let’s face it; they’re not the most fun you can have with a computer.  And losing out on cool projects is never a nice feeling… But fast forward a few years and I founded my own proposal based Startup (Nusii), increased my personal proposal acceptance rate to a comfortable 92%, and helped scores of other creative professionals do the same.

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This decade of learning is summarized in, The Creative Professional’s Guide to Better Proposals. There are featured interviews with some of the industry’s top creatives and even a guest chapter from Jonathan Stark and Philip Morgan.

In the book you’ll learn:

  • What a proposal is and what a proposal is not
  • Why most proposals fail and how to avoid the common pitfalls
  • How to increase your chances of winning a proposal before you’ve even written it
  • How understanding a client’s real needs will win you more projects
  • How to master client interviews, even when you’re not a salesperson
  • What to include in a proposal
  • How to use language that your client will understand
  • How to compete with yourself on pricing
  • How and when to use Value-Based Pricing
  • How to focus on your client and not on your skills
  • How to make best use of templates and reusable resources
  • Tips and tricks from interviews with some of the best creative consultants from around the globe

Like I said, it’s free to download from Amazon until Sunday 16th, so hurry!

Download Your Free Copy Now!


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