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Example Of Marketing Proposals
Posted by Anonymous on
9/9/2004 at 4:47 PM ET
I am new to the field and I would like an example of a marketing proposal for my upcoming project
9/9/2004 at 5:21 PM
Here's a quick search of just the KHE on the term 'Marketing Proposals' --
. I suggest that you start here, as there have been a few discussions in the past that may be able to help you out.
Also, some additional information would be useful -- what type of project are you trying to put together? Outreach? Research? Direct mail? Telemarketing? Who are you trying to reach? Business buyers? Consumers? Students? Marketers?
Thanks - and good luck!
9/9/2004 at 6:42 PM
Yes, more information please. I see you have been a member for a while, yet no information on what you are doing is available. I would say that if you fill in your profile, many more opportunities may open to you.
Best of luck.
Randall W. Montalbano
9/12/2004 at 4:29 AM
this link should provide a starting point.
have a nice day
9/12/2004 at 4:36 PM
I would not recommend using a template, as it will discourage all the up-front homework you should be doing before you submit a proposal. It's really important to understand how your prospect thinks and makes decisions if you want to submit a proposal that will be accepted.
That said, there's a sample proposal in the appendix to "Rasputin For Hire." (
10/3/2004 at 2:11 AM
You could try here
Hope this helps
10/3/2004 at 5:55 AM
Check this site. It provides links to several links to proposal writing resources.
All the best!!
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