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how much would you pay for an ecom site?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by what44, Oct 7, 2011.

  1. what44

    what44 Junior Member

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    if someone designed you a a fully working ecomm site with a backend admin interface with the option of unlimited products, products with reviews, photos. all the usuall stuff and configured to work with paypal business pro merchant a/c. & multiple currencies for 1 small price.

    how much would you pay?

    £500
    £400
    £200
    £100

    what you think?
     
  2. Ste Fishkin

    Ste Fishkin "I'm watching you.." - Apricot Jr. VIP Premium Member UnGagged Attendee

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    as above it does all that.

    but what a small business owner will pay is what you really want to know isn't it ;)
     
  3. goldstrike4u

    goldstrike4u Junior Member

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    The question isn't clear. On here a lot of people would choose their favourite ecommerce web script and do it themselves. To local businesses you can still sell such sites for a couple of thousand.
     
  4. the_demon

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    eCommerce sites usually go for $1500+

    There are a ton of platforms out there already though, not sure why your reinventing the wheel unless it's absolutely required.
     
  5. rickstar

    rickstar Elite Member

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    You would have trouble selling it to an internet marketer or the online business crowd, seeing as most are pretty familiar with scripts that are able to accomplish the same thing, but to a small business owner, $1000 would be pretty reasonable to expect. That's how I am able to charge $200 for a 30 minute wordpress site and get away with it :)
     
  6. GlobalP

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    Me as a IM guy. $30 just so I didn't have to set it all up myself. Oh and make sure I can plug API stuff in for CJ or Amazon. idk I still might be a tough sell you would probably need to throw some extras in.

    GlobalP
     
  7. Silverion

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    Maximum 1500$ if the backend admin platform is being prepared and depending upon the quality of the interface designed and the website prepared,you can act accordingly
     
  8. teamred

    teamred Newbie

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    It depends on how how many products are added and whether or not the descriptions are scraped or re-written. Normally an hourly rate is the basis for for the pricing.
     
  9. safex

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    It depends if Cart is Fully SEO friendly, Good Designed..and No Bug at all..Then It worth 700$ ..
     
  10. JohnnyRabbit

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    A fair amount $1,000+
     
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