You're a savvy marketing director who has been tasked with issuing an RFP for your organization's new website. While the prospect of leading the charge to create a new website sounds awesome, the thought of spending hours writing a boring RFP probably doesn't sound like the most fun way to spend your day.
As a side note, if you can avoid issuing an RFP and just interview agencies based on the ones you like then I would go this route. RFPs are usually designed to satisfy company leadership that feels that this is the best way to make a decision. If you are required by your company to issue an RFP, this template and process will at least ensure that you approach it with efficiency and the right tools to make a good decision.
We get it. We see lots of website RFPs and to be honest, most of them are terrible. They ask for the wrong information, they use outdated language and they usually end up discouraging serious agencies from responding because of the way they are written.
But not your RFP! We've provided a thorough but easy-to-use website RFP template that you can download (no form required) and customize for your project.