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Mobile site reselling?

Discussion in 'Mobile Marketing' started by nightclubpromo, Jul 27, 2014.

  1. nightclubpromo

    nightclubpromo Regular Member

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    Anybody on here doing this? I have a few questions- if anyone could answer i'd really appreciate it...


    -Which platform do you use? (Ie Dudamobile, brick & mobile, bmobilized etc)

    -how much do you charge? Flat fee for the site + monthly fee for hosting? Do you include support in that fee?

    - My goal with this is mainly passive income- how often do clients ask you for site support after the sale?

    -how easy/difficult do you find it to sell mobile sites to local businesses?

    -How much time in a given week does it take you to sell x amount of sites?

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  2. html5newbie

    html5newbie Newbie

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    Hey, I'm surprised nobody answered you!! Anyway I am going thru the same deal right now. I've seen a few different examples and they range from 13-30 $/monthly with set up fees of 499-1000$ depending on build. That's what they're charging end users for basic mobile builds. Responsive sites are charged at a much higher price of anywhere from 1500-10000 just for set up fees and monthly can run 59,95 + depending on content and rather or not the sites are e-commerce ready or not.

    Unfortunately it's very much to your discretion what you want to charge the end user. imo different types of customers will pay different amounts. For example a small restaurant might not be willing to spend more than 15 $/mnth maintenance where as an e-commerce site like a shop from home site etc... would be more than happy to pay 50$ monthly for their mobile site as it will be that very site that will generate a huge increase of profit for them. These factors would play a role in what you are charging your target market is what you want to analyze first. after that you can set different prices for different types of clients.

    Hope that helps.
     
  3. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    Trying to sell mobile sites is like trying to sell websites 16 years ago. No one thinks they need one.
    Forget about platforms like dudamobile ect, never rely on a third parties for your business. There are
    plenty of xhtml5 templates you can work from.Keep control of your shit on your own servers or sell them hosting. Support sucks! Try and sell sites that need the least of
    maintenance and dealing with cms charge tuition during set up.
    I like to start at $497 including basic mobile seo and mobile submission.
    Selling the buggers?
    I've been through the ring trying to find a reliable method and am finally perfecting one.
    Just got a bit more refining to do and I'm going to post it. But as it is going I have potential clients
    calling me asking what I can do for them before I even try to sell them anything.
     
  4. nightclubpromo

    nightclubpromo Regular Member

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    Did you ever post the method?

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  5. VastheBo$$

    VastheBo$$ Junior Member

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    It's a numbers game. How many calls/emails are you making/sending a day? This is the only way to get the appointments

    Then you have to close the deal. -- Watch sales tapes to get better.

    Its just numbers. If you are charging 50/m for hm then you need 10 clients for 500/m + what ever you charge up front.

    The nit picky stuff matters only a little bit... duda vs bmobile.... sales prices are w.e just have a high low middle. Its just you getting out and doing it. I have journey out there somewhere but I stopped updating it for a while, but the journey hasn't stopped. I'm working right now sending out proposals to clients.

    Numbers game....numbers game thats it. Contact and close...

    I'm gonna be setting up a system coaching people on doing this. We've spoken before so i'm eager to hear about your progress..