Jan
25

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Time Management When Creating a Project ProposalThere simply is not enough time in the day for everything that we’d like to accomplish. It’s easy to put your project proposals aside and simply conclude that you’ll get to them later. However, when later finally does come around, you realize that you didn’t budget enough time to spend on the project proposal as you may have liked. It’s easy to assume that since you have created countless sales documents that you can create
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Jan
4

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Before Sending Your Sales ProposalSo you’ve decided to take the plunge and give Quotegine a try. You’ve utilized our videos to learn more about some of our fancy features and whipped up an awesome sales proposal. But wait! Before you send your sales proposal to the potential client, there are some important things you should double check. It’s important to step back for a minute and make sure that the sales proposal is flawless and will impress the potential client. First
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Nov
9

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Making a Sales Proposal; Things to Understand About ClientsWhen constructing a sales proposal, it’s easy to get lost in the numbers, prospective project and the generic business side of things. But, neglecting to think of every aspect of your potential project could cost you valuable clients. We’ve talked about it time and time again – when constructing an effective sales proposal, business managers must fully consider the potential clients’ wants and needs. However, this consideration needs to go a step further than the wording and structure of
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Oct
30

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Questions to Answer in your Project ProposalLast week, we discussed how helpful Quotegine can be when creating a winning project proposal. Our extensive list of features can help ease the project proposal creation process. Quotegine’s features assist with the organization, communication and layout of proposals. But, winning your next project proposal is largely dependent on the content of your document. A project proposal must be compelling enough to convince a potential client to invest in your services. To do this, business owners and managers must
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Oct
12

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Writing a Sales Document Tailored to ClientsWhen writing a sales document, it’s easy to get caught up in your business, products and services. You are trying to sell your products or services to someone. So, it’s understandable that is what your sales document will concentrate on exactly what it is they’d be purchasing. But, how much do you talk about your client when writing your sales document? It is often easy to use generic templates each and every time you send out a
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Sep
27

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Before Writing Your Sales ProposalAt Quotegine, we believe that our quoting system is a sure way for businesses to impress potential clients and snag their next business deal. However, we also realize that utilizing our quoting system isn’t enough to truly write a brilliant sales proposal. Writing a winning sales proposal can be challenging. There is a lot to consider when constructing a sales proposal that will truly interest your potential client. We’ve shared tips with you about the appropriate language to
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Aug
23

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Proofread Every Business ProposalWhen your job requires you to write several business proposals each day, it is easy to make simple mistakes. However, those simple mistakes may be costing you potential clients. Proofreading a business proposal is an essential step of the proposal creation process. Here are a few simple things to double check in your business proposal before sending it to a potential customer. Professional jargon It’s essential that your business proposal makes sense to the person you are sending it
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Aug
16

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Online Proposal Email -- ImprovedEmail from Quotegine just got better! We’ve removed a bug that was causing email to be sent with an incorrect header. This bug was causing some anti-spam providers to block messages from the application. But we didn’t stop there! You can now add your own signature to emails including your own logo instead of the Quotegine logo for emails sent to your clients. We also provided the ability to publish your online proposal without actually delivering an email.
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Aug
16

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Archiving Proposals in QuotegineLet’s be realistic, in sales — we can’t win every deal. So, we need a place to put those lost sales proposals. Previously, unpublishing a sales proposal made it a draft again. However, over time those lost sales proposals make the quantity of drafts look like far larger than what you’re actually working on. See our video tutorial that explains this new feature. If you are interested in learning more about our email improvements, check out our latest
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Aug
15

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Pointers on Following Up To an Online ProposalWe recently blogged about how Quotegine is an innovative online proposal system and its ability to make your proposal management easier. But what happens once the online proposal has been created and sent to the client? Even though you have welcomed the advancements offered by technology with our online proposal creation – you shouldn’t neglect typical follow-up protocol. Sometimes, potential clients need a bit of encouragement to finalize a sale. Here are some pointers on how to properly follow up
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