Collecting work early for freelancers is a complex experience. Those who cannot communicate properly have sorrow in their foreheads. For those who can follow the right technique to write a buyer proposal or request for a freelancing job, collecting projects is easy. But those who do not know how to write a proposal or buyer request correctly, they have to suffer a lot more. So my today’s blog post is for newcomers.
Things to keep in mind when sending a buyer request:
Ensure the right job before sending the offer: Job instructions that are given neatly before bidding for the job. And you will be fully skilled in that subject, only send offers for those jobs.
Time to read the job description Rin:
You can’t bid for the job in a hurry. There are many who send offers without fully understanding everything! Definitely refrain from it. Take the time to read the complete description of the job posted by the buyer. Understand well what the buyer wants first. Then think about whether you can do that job 100% properly. If you think you can do the job and provide good service to the buyer, send an offer.
Write a professional buyer request:
“Hello SIR / MADAM”
“Good morning/evening / other greetings”
“How are you?”
Refrain from such unprofessional and irrelevant writing.
Refrain from sending the same message to more than one person:
There are many newcomers who have a specific message ready. And when bidding for any job, copy and send the same message to everyone.
Are you also a freelancer of that team? Then avoid it from today. It is never possible to get a job like this. Because different clients will want different things, how about sending the same thing to everyone! Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, seems like BT ain’t on behalf of me either. you’ll even be banned from the marketplace at any time for doing so.
Remember. You are sending a buyer request, not Eid wishes, you will copy-paste the same message and send it to everyone.
Avoid multiple unnecessary discussions:
Always try to write the offer as concisely as possible. Because the buyer has received a lot more requests besides you. Reading all the requests is very difficult, so the chances of avoiding the extra-large requests are much higher. That’s why always make sure that the description of the offer is not too big.
Set a reasonable price for the job:
The buyer who has come up with a budget to buy cows, please do not send him an offer to buy chickens! Remember, most clients want good quality, not a low price. Many people offer more money again. It must also be omitted. You will be paid for the work you do.
Include the keyword:
The keyword used by the buyer must be used correctly in the offer. You can understand by looking at the buyer. You are well aware of what he wants and you understand all his requirements properly.
Re checks your offer description:
Before submitting the offer, take a look at everything like the exam book, to make sure there are no mistakes. Be sure to check for spelling mistakes in particular. Use Grammarly if necessary.
Buyers often send messages before ordering to those who like the request. Make sure you respond in a timely manner to the buyer’s message. When you reply to a late message, you will see the client reply “Sorry I have hired someone else.”
Hopefully, these tips will help new freelancers get jobs.