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What do you think is a good price for a lead scraper?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by OnlineA, Oct 12, 2013.

  1. OnlineA

    OnlineA Regular Member

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    Lets say it worked with YellowPages US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Yell, YellowBook, Local Yahoo and Craigslist. On top of that it had a Yell contact form submitter, multithread and a custom SMTP mailer(rotating smtps and message text). And regular updates and more websites being added.

    What would you consider a good price? One-time price, of course.
     
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    $47 seems like a good price to me
     
  3. Isis

    Isis Junior Member

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    I agree with the $47.00. Tim Ferris. author of the "4 Hour Workweek" says that $50.00 is the sweet spot for selling things on the Internet. I hate recurring payments with a passion. So $47.00 with strong 3rd party testimonies should make you good to go.
     
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    Charge a monthly/yearly fee if you are planning to update/upgrade and maintain it. I have seen the best of software publishers fail due to bad financial planning on developer payments. If you are planning a fly by the night operation then may be 1 time small pricing is the best thing to do.
     
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    ContentLockPro Power Member Premium Member

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    somewhere between 49-99. Try not to oversell the 99 price mark. Cheers.
     
  6. OnlineA

    OnlineA Regular Member

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    Definitely not $100 and more...I agree. Even though most scrapers cost $150 and above...I mean the good ones. Below $50 seems too few...especially for updates.

    indianbill007: I see your point, but even if there is no monthly fee, updates will ne neccessary for new clients, so it doesn't really matter, it will need to be updated, anyway.