There are a few common myths that often deter smaller companies from investing time and money in writing bids. Here at Bid Perfect we hear them regularly and thought we would write a few words about the three myths we hear most. If you have ever considered any of them to be true, perhaps now is the time to re-evaluate your thoughts.
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1. Plan in advance
Like everything relating to producing a great bid, thinking in advance helps. What types and examples of images do you feel will strengthen your case? What is missing from your bid library and how can you make sure it will be available before the deadline? Planning helps to prevent those last minute photos snapped with a mobile phone which are better left for holidays or parties.
Here at Bid Perfect we read many bids (and other examples of business writing) each day. There are recurring issues that appear in most of the texts we read. All the usual suspects crop up regularly, such as non-sequiturs, tautologies and oxymorons but the oddest of them is probably the Random Capitalisation of words, for no apparent reason.