Okay, now you've written the proposal. The finish line is in sight, but you're still not quite done. Take some time to make your proposal visually appealing. You might want to incorporate your company logo, use colored borders, or employ special bullet points and fonts. Just make sure that any added graphic touches match your style and the tone of your proposal. Don't forget to spell_check and proofread every page. For the final check, it's a good idea to recruit a proofreader who hasn't read your proposal before. It's way too easy to miss errors in your own work.
Save Time _ Sure, you could make your own web sites and headers if you have the graphic design skills, the software, and the time. However, you may find your time better spent on developing and marketing your web site. What is your time worth? Even if you have the know_how and the right software, do you really want to spend your time on this time_consuming task? You would have a better chance of making money if you get your site online faster, and put more time and energy into marketing your site. Save Money _ Hiring a designer would save you time but can be expensive _ especially when you are creating multiple web sites. For about the same price you would pay to get one designer_made graphic, you could get a whole collection of quality, pre_made templates.