Monday, December 27, 2010

How to Propose a DEAL to your CLIENT

Gentlemen (MARKETING GUYS) nowadays are very innovative when comes to PROPOSING DEALS TO THEIR CLIENTS. Some are grandiose, some chose to have it over a simple dinner. 

Guys here are some tips that you might want to apply when PROPOSING A DEAL to your CLIENT.

  1. Make sure you find the right CLIENT before you PROPOSE THE DEAL.
  2. Fall in love WITH THEIR BUSINESS.
  3. Although it is a bit dated tradition, know enough about your future in-laws (CLIENTS TEAM MEMBERS) to know if they would like it if you ask permission from them before you PROPOSE THE DEAL.
  4. Know enough about your future CLIENT so you can create a meaningful and delightful experience.
  5. Decide if you are going to ENTER INTO an ENGAGEMENT before or after you propose.
  6. When ENTERING INTO an ENGAGEMENT, make sure you MAINTAIN your BUDGER or FINANCIAL capability.
  7. Pay attention to timing. Don't plan on PROPOSE when your future CLIENT is stressed or overwhelmed.
  8. Pick a memorable place, song, or occasion such as where you first met, or first SPOKE, etc.
  9. Set a romantic tone for your PROPOSAL.
  10. Although we don't recommend that you do something silly , we do think you should try to keep your PROPOSAL fun.
  11. Keep your PROPOSAL simple. The more complicated the PROPOSAL is, the more things that could go wrong with your proposal plans!
  12. Make sure you don't lose the ENGAGEMENT WITH THE CLIENT if you've MANAGED TO CRACK ONE.
  13. Keep your PROPOSAL private. Proposing in front of your future CLIENT or at a PUBLIC SEMINAR may be exciting TO HEAR, but in real life, it is best to keep your PROPOSAL just between the TWO of you.
  14. Again ... if you are thinking of tying the knot to the end of a kite string or fishing line, be certain that your intended has a great sense of humor and that you know how to tie a good knot!
  15. Share Your Proposal Stories with US!