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Project descriptions should be engaging and interesting, not just the facts Project descriptions should be engaging and interesting, not just the facts

#123 How to write project descriptions that help your firm sell

Many project descriptions are just-the-facts descriptions of what was done on a project. This format misses out on some huge opportunities to help sell the firm’s services. To do this, a project description needs to engage the reader, keep them reading, and by the end the reader has learned something useful.

This video talks about how you can do that.

 

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