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Where to post RFP's?
dschreib




msg:962160
 9:39 pm on Sep 15, 2004 (gmt 0)

Hi There -

I want to submit an RFP for a new website that I'm starting but don't know where to go to do that. Seems to me like there would be a website where people could post RFPs and people could respond and bid on them. Anyone know of any place I can do that? Should I post the RFP here?

 

coopster




msg:962161
 10:11 pm on Sep 15, 2004 (gmt 0)

Welcome to WebmasterWorld, dschreib!

WebmasterWorld has a Commercial Exchange Forum...


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A quick search of the web should also provide plenty of links to this type of service.

fish_eye




msg:962162
 6:45 am on Sep 16, 2004 (gmt 0)

Depending on the country where you are located, some hosting providers offer this service as an "added value".

I tried one when I first started out just to see what I was competing against and had a massive range of responses most notably in the differences between prices and offerings (not to mention the lackof professionalism from some of them).

Perhaps do a search on G for "find a web designer" and other variations and then restrict it with the "pages from <your country>" and have a look at a couple of sites.

You may find one that allows you to register (be discreet if you wish) and then look through their database of registered designers. The one I tried allowed you to post a RFP, with an end-date for quotes etc and then emailed the quotes to you (email address was not publicly displayed but they later did send me a bit of promotional material - fair enough I guess).

[A most enlightening experience for those who have not tried it by the way.]

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