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How much to charge my client? (Twitter)

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by fredfred547, Feb 19, 2015.

  1. fredfred547

    fredfred547 Power Member

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    I was recently approached by a developer/CCO of a fairly popular app (100,000+ downloads) about promoting his app on my Twitter account. My account has around 30,000 followers and receives anywhere from 200-600 retweets per tweet. I have previously charged people $5 per tweet, back when I was in the 15,000-20,000 range although I've almost doubled my followers now. The other thing is that since this is a legit company, I feel like I could charge much more than if it were an individual... Is this true? Could anyone give me an idea on an appropriate price to throw in the air for him to ponder with?
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    Jobdollarr Supreme Member

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    You better go with the highest CPA bid and see your luck. Try the link that you promote according to your niche
     
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    fredfred547 Power Member

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    I don't think he's going to be doing CPA though... I have a feeling it's just going to be the normal link where you download the app and not one he's tracking.
     
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    So does anyone have an exact number?
     
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    anything in mid $XXX range would be good, since its not cpa based really its going to be a bit difficult.
     
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    It depends on the situation imo.. how many tweets are you going to post?
     
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    Is that $XXX per tweet?
    And for anyone interested, it is somewhat niche related. I also get around 30k impressions per tweet. Not sure if that would effect the price at all.
     
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    nutmegger Registered Member

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    Charge like 50$ i reckon per tweet. Mind sharing with us who this advertiser is?
     
  9. Adrian79

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    Give him "package" options and present them in a top down pricing fashion...

    Example:

    100 Tweets = $2,700 ($27 per tweet)
    50 Tweets = $2,250 ($45 per tweet)
    10 Tweets = $850 ($85 per tweet)

    Anyone with half a brain can look at this and see the best value is the highest priced package.

    The idea is to drive the person to the highest package... sure getting $85 per tweet vs $27 per tweet sounds great but what if he only does 10 tweets and then bails? ... you've lost out on almost $2k in guaranteed money ($2700 vs $850).

    Also by giving him the pricing in a top down fashion (highest priced first) you make the lesser packages appear less expensive.

    Finally, I would give the person OPTIONS (but not too many - limit it to 2 or 3). No one likes to be sold and by giving him OPTIONS you are allowing him to make the decision which makes him feel like he's in charge.
     
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  10. skadoosh

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    Just track the link and charge per click.