Nope. The only way to win the job is to offer the best deal out of all 50-100 of those offers. And, since you will never know what those other offers are, you’re going to have to figure out how to present yourself and your services so that you stand out from any crowd. You, however, are going to have to figure out how to do this. After all, YOU are the seller competing for the job. So… figure out how to be the best.
Every buyer will see all of the seller offers that they receive. If your offer is eye-catching, and provides the right solution for that buyer’s needs, they may even read your offer. There are, however, no secret tricks to being seen. Offer a top seller offer, be honest, be patient, and don’t get worked up when you don’t hear from any buyers.
The only thing you can do is send a great, well-written offer. The rest is outside of your control.
Yes try your best to send as soon as you can because sometimes buyers are in hurry(Not true in all cases, Sometimes they wait and check all available options). But keep in mind not send request without out reading their requirements carefully. Means sending your Pre-built proposals is not a good choice.
If this takes little time it doesn’t matter because I don’t think you are taking one day to reading that carefully .
Attach your best in the proposal that may relate to their Work.
Well, You can send an offer anytime(as long as the offer live). Read carefully what buyers want then write to the point. If you write an eye catching offer that meets all that buyers want with reasonable price set, you will definitely success whether there are 50 or 70 bids.