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Affiliates Needed - £150 GBP per sale

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by blackhat-dudette, Aug 10, 2011.

  1. blackhat-dudette

    blackhat-dudette Regular Member

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    Hey there,

    I am looking for experienced guys n girls to sell my online store services
    (www.mynewonlinestore.co.uk)

    For every client you send my way that buys a store, you will get at least £150 GBP for it. If they buy a biggie, I will reward you even more.

    The main selling points are:
    The cost of the site is split over 12 months,
    The price includes domain name,
    The price includes the first years hosting,
    The price includes an SSL Cert.

    Any questions let me know below, so we can help each other out and then I dont need to keep answering the same questions :)

    Cheers Peeps.
     
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    SyZygy Senior Member

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    Is it only for UK or worldwide?
    What is the real cost? You said "The average e-commerce store will cost around £3000" and "We will spread the actual cost of your website over 12 months".

    So what is the price? 250 per month?

    And you could put some pictures of some stores, could not find any.
     
  3. blackhat-dudette

    blackhat-dudette Regular Member

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    The cost is dependent on what the customer wants, and I am working on the stores I have finished at the moment.

    My aim is to keep the page clean, like a landing page. Obviously if your interested I will create a copy of this page for you, and edit the email and phone number to be yours.

    The facts and figures are targeted to the UK, but if you can sell this elsewhere then please do!
     
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    ``Yousef Power Member

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    So, what's the idea?

    You're taking an e-commerce platform like BIG Commerce or Magento, and customizing it to your clients needs, then paying out on individual affiliate sales or something?

    Just a head up, you might want to PM a mod and see if you can get this moved to the affiliate program section. I also think potential affiliates would like to see exact payment amounts and tiers (e.g. £150 on all sales, £250 on all over £1,000, etc).

    Good luck!
     
  5. blackhat-dudette

    blackhat-dudette Regular Member

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    I am building e-commerce sites for businesses.
    I am not looking at making this an official affiliate program as that is too much hassle.

    For every sale you make - I will pay you at least £150.
    I just thought I would offer this up on here first, as this place has helped me so much, and I would like to help others in return.

    I will provide you with a copy of the site I have now, and replace the phone number and email with yours.

    I will also set a rule that I get a copy of any email sent to you through your site, then I can track how you are getting on.

    If you sell over the phone, submit your own lead via your own page, then I will follow up with the paperwork.

    Like I have said, it is nothing complicated, I am just looking to give back to a few of the guys here, and to some of them £150 is quite a lot.

    Hope this helps you all.
    BHD
     
  6. blackhat-dudette

    blackhat-dudette Regular Member

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    To make the decision a little easier for you all, here are the payment brackets.
    Site sold up to £1000 = £83, up to £2000 = £166, up to £3000 = £250, up to £4000 = £333, up to £5000 = £416.

    I dont think anybody will sell any sites for over £5k, if they do, then just split the cost of the site you have sold by 12 and thats what you will get.

    Any questions just let me know.
     
  7. seoguru13

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    OP.. with all due respect to your business proposition, I guess some work is needed on the site itself. Cause if I landed on your site, I might not be impressed enough to buy a $1000+ service from the site.

    I like your idea of site cost being spread over months rather than a one time payment. Am not into affiliate marketing, so all the best.
     
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    Sorry

    Am I getting something wrong here? I am helping you to sell an £3000 product/service and you pay me only $250 (8%).

    And as said above, sorry OP but your web site is a disaster.
     
  9. blackhat-dudette

    blackhat-dudette Regular Member

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    Thanks for your input guys, like I have said before - I do not really need to be offering this here, I am just offering because I have gained so much from here and a few of the newer guys may need a hand getting started in IM.

    My current marketing strategy is working extremely well and I have made 15 sales in the last 6 weeks so my site must be fine.

    I am a firm believer that you can sell anything to anyone - you just need to be a good salesman.

    Cheers peeps.
     
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  10. wantsuccess

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    i agree totally to the last post guys...if your a good salesman you'd succeed selling rubbish to a refuge collector...
    send me the link OP....and where ya based in the uk...i need to have a in depth chat about afew things
     
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    Have you got any examples of the e-commerce stores that you make?

    I think it's a good idea but what do you do to keep your customers? You know, if they don't make any money from their stores, they'll just end up not paying after ~3 months meaning that your hard work will be lost somewhere down the road.
     
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  12. blackhat-dudette

    blackhat-dudette Regular Member

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    @ want success - the link to the site is www.mynewonlinestore.co.uk, let me know if you would like to try and sell this, then I will set up a carbon copy site for you with your details. Also, im in Manchester - the rainy city, you?


    @shadedream, I am in the process of getting these stores finished - because of the influx of orders, I build the framework, and then outsource the product input as thats too time consuming! Here is a work in progress (www.earthlytreats.co.uk)

    I also make them sign a B2B 12 month min term contract stating the payment terms, and after that make them sign a B2B 12 month min term contract at £100 per month for the hosting, and then make it a rolling contract with 1 months notice needed.

    cheers guys
     
  13. wantsuccess

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    dudette i'm in blackburn m8/m8ette?

    can comne up and seeya and finalise a few things maybe?
     
  14. jamesedward

    jamesedward Newbie

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    Hi Also in Manchester, can you let me know how the sales process will work. Kind regards,
    James.