Monday, August 27, 2012
The Power of Subheadings
Subheadings are great way to highlight key points and develop more structure in the proposal. They also allow you to break up the text, which makes it easier to read. And remember, making it easier to read means that the readers will like you. That's a very good thing.
You can create subheadings for the sub-criteria in the scoring guidelines (and you should), but you can also add subheadings that target your key ideas or the core elements of your program design.
Subheadings - simple, but powerful.
Read more tips like this in 101 Tips for Aspiring Grant Writers.
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