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How to properly sell shoutouts?

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by CA$H, Dec 23, 2016.

  1. CA$H

    CA$H Newbie

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    Hey, atm im growing some accounts.

    When they are big enough i wanna start selling shoutouts as most guys would do.
    So are there some things i need to take care of? Im planning to tell them via my IG
    bio that they can contact me with email adress "x" or just via Instagram direct message.

    Then i would just say something like "alright you got this options: 12 hours for $xx, 24hrs for $xy..."
    Then i would just tell them to pay via PayPal, ill give them the shoutout and finished.

    Is this a proper way? Or do i have to make some certain steps so that, i donno , just that
    my "customer" doesnt say something like "wehh, i didnt get the shoutout" (although he did),
    contacts PayPal and gets his moeny back or something like that.

    I hope you get what i mean. Thanks for your help!
     
  2. _girldesire

    _girldesire Newbie

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    All you need to put in your bio is DM me for business inquires. That's it, putting all that other stuff is just going to clutter up your bio and make it trashy. As far as you being paranoid they'll dispute the transaction I'd make up a little disclaimer or something that basically says you (the buyer) agrees to pay x amount of dollars for a x long shoutout. So if they do dispute you have proof they agreed to terms. Just an idea. Hope all goes well!

    Ps. What's your niche?
     
  3. TheDutchLegend

    TheDutchLegend Junior Member

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    if you have many accs, add your whatsapp or telegram number if you have or email because if you have many accs to manage it is going to cost a lot of time to manage them.