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How to write a winning bid

Great bids are ones that:Are engaging and well written without spelling or grammatical errorsShow a clear understanding of what is required for this specific project - personalize your response!Explain how your skills & experience relate to the project and your approach to working on it. Most of all - don't spam or post cut-and-paste bids. You will be penalized or banned if you do so


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1. High working spirit

Of course, if you are a responsible person and put in the effort to complete the job, whether it is easy or difficult? then you will always be one of the people with the highest plus points in the eyes of the employer.

2. Positive attitude

Work attitude shows your responsibility, and your personality. Being cheerful, sociable and confident during the interview will partly show your working attitude to employers.

3. Good communication skills

Not only at work but in your personal life. Communication is always the best bridge to achieve success and the affection of those around you. There is really no reason to immediately refuse a person with good communication skills even if he is a bit lacking in experience.

4. Time management ability

Have you ever wondered how to prioritize tasks and handle multiple tasks at the same time? Do you use your work time in a scheduled manner? If not, practice now if you don't want to lose points in front of the employer

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