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Just learning what an a$$ pain social media sales can be

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by DebtFreeMe, Jul 2, 2013.

  1. DebtFreeMe

    DebtFreeMe Regular Member

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    Wow... I purchased a couple of websites that deal with selling twitter, facebook, and a few other services about a month ago. Man, although the profit margins can be good the customer service part of this blows... Constantly getting emails about dropped followers, having suppliers who may or may not get back to me for days if at all...

    I am getting worn out fast on this BS... If my suppliers would just provide the service they say they will, I can keep my customers happy and keep orders flowing to them without any hassle, but instead I have followers dropping off, customers that complain to me about it, suppliers that don't get back to me, so I have to find another supply, and then F**k if it doesn't start all over again...

    Are any suppliers out there actually worth using? I've sunk well over 10K into this and I'm finally now where it's cash flowing, but I am having to readdress sales that should be done and over with, which is costing me time and money...

    If you are a supplier, with a reseller program and you can actually stand behind your product lets make some money together, PM me, lets get things going, twitter, facebook, youtube, instagram, soundcloud, you name it I either have a market or will move into a market for it, but for Christs sake, stand behind your service...

    Seriously, I am looking for professional wholesale suppliers, Professional being the keyword... PM me and lets get to the business of making money together...
     
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    Why don't be a supplier yourself?
     
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    DebtFreeMe Regular Member

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    Not sure how to do that, would love to though, because then I could double dip... Supply to others, and sell to my current and future clients knowing that the overall supplier, ME, would be on the up and up... If you have insight on this I would love to talk here or though skype or email... PM me if you have some inside info...
     
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    You're going to have followers dropping off. It's the very fact that people are getting follow requests from someone they don't know. You're going to have suppliers that don't do their job. What you need to be focused on is getting MORE suppliers rather than the quality of your suppliers, then keeping the good ones.
     
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    You don't just buy social media reselling sites unless you have researched the actual work that goes into it. you have to constantly be aware of whats going on and keep your site up to date. if you have low life suppliers you will suffer badly.I have been there and lost a ton of clients and money.refunds and bad clients before.thats when i learned do research all the time. find good suppliers that regularly communicate or you will be in trouble soon.