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5 Overlooked Grant Basics Part II: Use Numbers to Get More Grants

Thu, Nov 2, 2017 @ 12:11 PM / by Roland Garton posted in best practices in grant writing, grant writing help, Grant writing objectives, grant writing examples, How to Grant Write, grant writing, Grant Writing Tips, Write a Better Grant Series, grant application tips, Grant Writing and Planning, overlooked grant basics, numbers to get grants, numbers, statistics to get grants, show need in grant applications

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This blog is the second in a series of five blogs that address the basic aspects of successful proposals grant seekers often overlook. Last time, I wrote about the importance of planning to increase grant awards. Click here to read that post.

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Looking Back: Useful Grant Writing Information, Part 2 of 2

Fri, Jan 11, 2013 @ 11:01 AM / by Alisyn Franzen posted in great resources, hiring tips for hiring a grant writer, grant services, grant application hints, matching funds, grant formatting, grant writing help, professional grant writers, find matching funds for grants, find matching funds, grant writing examples, Grant Writing Tips, grant application tips, grant formatting tips, grant formatting hints, sample grants

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In part one of this series, we highlighted five of our past blog articles that we felt would be excellent resources when developing grant applications. In this article, the final article in a two-part series, we feature five more past blog articles that also can be excellent resources to refer to.

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The Common Errors of Grant Writing

Fri, Nov 9, 2012 @ 22:11 PM / by Alisyn Franzen posted in grant services, best practices in grant writing, Grant writing objectives, grant writing submission, grant editing, grant writing examples, How to Grant Write, grant strategy, Grant Writing Tips, Write a Better Grant Series

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It may sound like we’re stating the obvious, but one thing grant writers need to be diligent about is the proper use of grammar and punctuation in their writing. Obvious errors are one of the common complaints from grant reviewers we talk to. Such errors could immediately put you at a loss or disadvantage with a grant reviewer – and it’s not hard to remedy before you submit, but hard to recover from afterwards.

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