What would you pay for a good ecommerce marketing service?

by feedia
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I promote ecommerce websites for a living and I am thinking about putting together a 'Flat Fee' priced plan that will include promoting a store though sharing coupon codes, product deal/sales, articles, and social sharing.

I have access to over 12 websites, over 40K followers on social media, and 6K+ email subscribers that are all targeted shoppers looking for good deals.

My question is, what would you pay monthly for two promotions every week (8-10 total every month = 1 article and 8-9 coupon/deal promotions a month)?
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  • Profile picture of the author chrisniel
    Hey, buddy its great that you have segregated list of targeted buyers + traffic.

    Pricing cannot be same for all website owner you are going to pitch in. It totally depends on how much they are earning from one product and whats the conversion rate from your traffic.

    Before selling anything to e-commerce store owners, create a good funnel for your service which will help you to make more money from those website owners.

    I hope this will help you somewhere.

    Regards,
    Originally Posted by feedia View Post

    I promote ecommerce websites for a living and I am thinking about putting together a 'Flat Fee' priced plan that will include promoting a store though sharing coupon codes, product deal/sales, articles, and social sharing.

    I have access to over 12 websites, over 40K followers on social media, and 6K+ email subscribers that are all targeted shoppers looking for good deals.

    My question is, what would you pay monthly for two promotions every week (8-10 total every month = 1 article and 8-9 coupon/deal promotions a month)?
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    • Profile picture of the author feedia
      I think it also depends on content being shared! I store offering a 40% discount on a product that is pretty widely used vs a 10% discount on sheep shears would probably do much better with consumers!

      What do you think about offering a FREE TRIAL?
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  • Profile picture of the author allegandro
    Originally Posted by feedia View Post

    I promote ecommerce websites for a living and I am thinking about putting together a 'Flat Fee' priced plan that will include promoting a store though sharing coupon codes, product deal/sales, articles, and social sharing.

    I have access to over 12 websites, over 40K followers on social media, and 6K+ email subscribers that are all targeted shoppers looking for good deals.

    My question is, what would you pay monthly for two promotions every week (8-10 total every month = 1 article and 8-9 coupon/deal promotions a month)?

    Why a flat fee and not 10-50% from each sale?

    If I would be an e-commerce company that sells web shops, I like to pay for results, not just for emails.
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    • Profile picture of the author DBCent Business
      Originally Posted by allegandro View Post

      Why a flat fee and not 10-50% from each sale?

      If I would be an e-commerce company that sells web shops, I like to pay for results, not just for emails.
      Totally Agree. It must be actual results driven. Results count, rest of activities, yes, but the again results matter the most!
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      • Profile picture of the author feedia
        I agree to a point - but my service would offer way more than just posting coupons and deals. It also involves building long term backlinks, increasing search results, and writing and publishing articles that promote the business and it's products.

        Since my time is worth money - I wouldn't offer all that work not knowing how well their products sell or if the prices are good enough to drive sales enough for me to profit off of a percent of sales. And I know that my services would out perform anyone trying to use any paid advertising on social networks or search engines - especially for my fee.
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  • Profile picture of the author feedia
    So I have started a website for this. It is still a work in progress......nothing can be purchased. I would love your opinions! submitacouponcode.com
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  • Originally Posted by feedia View Post

    I promote ecommerce websites for a living and I am thinking about putting together a 'Flat Fee' priced plan that will include promoting a store though sharing coupon codes, product deal/sales, articles, and social sharing.

    I have access to over 12 websites, over 40K followers on social media, and 6K+ email subscribers that are all targeted shoppers looking for good deals.

    My question is, what would you pay monthly for two promotions every week (8-10 total every month = 1 article and 8-9 coupon/deal promotions a month)?
    I'm sure the first option with 2 promotions every week is better at least initially. You have to garner the attention of your target audience, so talk about yourself and your product more and more. It's also provn that everyone likes promotions, so with your info you will get a reealy big audience. The main thing is to exacute marketing steps correctly, you should try new ways and analyze your actions. Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author feedia
    I appreciate your input!
    I would love to find someone or a company that would be able to help me out as I just don't have a lot of extra time for marketing. It's a catch 22.....I don't really want to pay anyone either! LOL
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