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Do’s: Carefully read the complete BR.Mention clearly that you can provide exactly what the buyer is looking for.Be precise and clearly answer to the buyer’s queries if there are any in the BRAsk questions if you have any regarding the BR.Mention the timeframe and your quote.Show your online portfolio if you have any.Carefully proof read your offer.Send offer to those BRs only where you are 100% sure that you can meet the requirements.Don’ts: Never ever use a template response for al…
With thousands of sellers competing for jobs and perhaps twenty or more bidding on the same job, how do you make your bid stand out from the rest? The fact is that each buyer is as different as each seller is, so there really isn’t a “magic formula” that works for every request. There are, however, some important steps you can take to increase the chances that a prospective buyer will consider your bid seriously. Here are ten simple tips for writing an buyer request: Read the project descrip…
Is that your template? If so, my first suggestion would be to not use a template. I’ve always written my buyers requests from scratch. You need to address not just your skill set and the fact that you’ve read the request thoroughly, but also your understanding of what the buyer needs. E.g, “I see that you’ve asked for an article about international experiences. I’ve lived abroad for twenty years.” Connect to the request, and show your expertise. That’s how you get a BR.

And there are many more posts on this forum regarding your question. I suggest you to read those carefully, you will find your answer there 🙂

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