Writing a freelance proposal can be extremely scary.

When sending your first proposal, there a tons of questions that run through your mind.

What if the client doesn’t like it? What if they say no? What if I mess up?

However, you should focus more on creating a proposal that will win you clients and focus less on what could go wrong.

Your Freelance Career has written an excellent article that will help you write winning freelance proposals.

If you can learn what makes a proposal effective, then you’ll be able to apply it to your own projects and start winning clients in no time.

What makes an effective proposal that lands you more work?

Now that you know what to expect and how to approach writing your first proposal, let’s dive into the specifics of what content to include.

Content should be your focus. A proposal is a very basic document that should be simple in layout and easily read.

Stick to your brand, but no more than your logo and primary colors. You’re not trying to impress the client with your design skills at this point, rather, impress them with your professionalism.”

Read the entire article at Your Freelance Career.