Proposable

If you have to present business / sales proposals, then you know that even if you spend a lot of time on them, there are no guarantees that your proposals will be a success. This is the exciting and frustrating thing about proposals. You can love to hate them, but they’re oftentimes necessary to get the work and the orders flowing, so they are very important. Therefore, if you’re going to create a proposal, then you might as well do it right, and Proposable shows us that creating great proposals doesn’t have to be a nightmare.

As long as you have the content, then you’re good to go. The proposal builder has templates that you can work with, and since these are online proposals, you can add rich media directly in the proposals. Recipients may add comments to what you’ve created, and you’re able to receive text and/or e-mail messages when someone opens the proposals and when they comment on them so that you can follow-up immediately if you choose to do so. The analytics take things to another level by showing you what they looked at and for how long. Isn’t it nice to at least have some control over the process?

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  • http://twitter.com/Ricky_Montalvo Ricky Montalvo

    We’re lucky our economy isn’t based off of Bitcoins. The stock would never go up or down from what it’d appear like, but the price would actually be going CRAZY!

  • http://twitter.com/Ricky_Montalvo Ricky Montalvo

    We’re lucky our economy isn’t based off of Bitcoins. The stock would never go up or down from what it’d appear like, but the price would actually be going CRAZY!

  • http://twitter.com/Ricky_Montalvo Ricky Montalvo

    We’re lucky our economy isn’t based off of Bitcoins. The stock would never go up or down from what it’d appear like, but the price would actually be going CRAZY!

  • Anonymous

    That 1/2 mil figure was based on the current market value of what bitcoins are trading at for us dollars. You can say the same thing for the us dollar such as 1 dollar is worth so many yen, or so many yen are worth x number of euros. Take a look at the last couple of years and you’ll see the the us dollar has swung in value vs other currency. 

    Money has no intrinsic value, it simply a means to transact something else of value. When you accept a dollar in payment for something what you are really doing is placing your trust in the us government to back that dollar should the need arise. If you accept a bit coins it means that you instead trust the mathematic and cryptographic underpinnings on which it is based.

  • Anonymous

    That 1/2 mil figure was based on the current market value of what bitcoins are trading at for us dollars. You can say the same thing for the us dollar such as 1 dollar is worth so many yen, or so many yen are worth x number of euros. Take a look at the last couple of years and you’ll see the the us dollar has swung in value vs other currency. 

    Money has no intrinsic value, it simply a means to transact something else of value. When you accept a dollar in payment for something what you are really doing is placing your trust in the us government to back that dollar should the need arise. If you accept a bit coins it means that you instead trust the mathematic and cryptographic underpinnings on which it is based.

  • Anonymous

    That 1/2 mil figure was based on the current market value of what bitcoins are trading at for us dollars. You can say the same thing for the us dollar such as 1 dollar is worth so many yen, or so many yen are worth x number of euros. Take a look at the last couple of years and you’ll see the the us dollar has swung in value vs other currency.

    Money has no intrinsic value, it simply a means to transact something else of value. When you accept a dollar in payment for something what you are really doing is placing your trust in the us government to back that dollar should the need arise. If you accept a bit coins it means that you instead the mathematic and cryptographic underpinnings on which it is based.