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I am about to start building mobile web sites? What are any of you warriors pricing this servive at?
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Thats going to depend largely on how many pages and what functionality as well as whether you are hosting the sites or not.

We will produce a basic 3 to 5 page site for $295.00 but more complicated sites with many more pages can exceed $2k
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I am about to start building mobile web sites? What are any of you warriors pricing this servive at?
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First of all you need to get cost estimation from the developer. Like other goods and services, the cost associated with designing, developing and building a web site has changed over time.

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First of all you need to get cost estimation from the developer. Like other goods and services, the cost associated with designing, developing and building a web site has changed over time.
I believe she indicated she would be developing the sites and not outsourcing. Her investment will be time & effort...
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I'm charging $500 per mobile website and I feel that's a very reasonable price tag.

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I agree with hypertext it depends on the functionality and whether your hosting the sites or not. Having said that it also depends on the value it would add to each particluar client and there are many different ways of pricing your services. You could go for the straight sale at say £297 or offer the mobile website for free and charge a £25 fee per month for hosting the site on your server, which may be more profitable in the long run and would me much easier to persuade prosepective clients to take you up on the offer.

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I give free babies away with my programs. They come equipped with college degrees, so.......
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Originally Posted by HypeText View Post

Thats going to depend largely on how many pages and what functionality as well as whether you are hosting the sites or not.

We will produce a basic 3 to 5 page site for $295.00 but more complicated sites with many more pages can exceed $2k
Can I view your website? What volume of sales are you doing?

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I sell them for not a lot of money and i get a lot of extra work that way, and for that work i charge high en prizes... but normally i would say between $199 and $399
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I am providing complete website built for $199
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I agree with hypertext it depends on the functionality and whether your hosting the sites or not. Having said that it depends on the depends on the value it would add to each particluar client and there are many different ways of pricing your services. You could go for the straight sale at say £297 or offer the mobile website for free and charge a £25 fee per month for hosting the site on your server, which may be more profitable in the long run and would me much easier to persuade prosepective clients to take you up on the offer.
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Can I view your website? What volume of sales are you doing?
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It must not be this thread, but there was a thread talking about undervaluing your services, basically saying that YOU have the expertise, and YOU are meeting a need for a business, so you can, ethically and justifiably, charge a premium for these services (especially if you do quality work, like use Will R's template - not a paid endorsement or affiliate link).

I think that a lot of us are undervaluing our services. I found a website for a company that builds mobile websites. They have really not anything more than we can offer, and would you venture to guess what their price points are...

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500$ per website is a reasonable price.
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Those must be BS Degrees!
hahaha, they also come with a bucket of grape Kool-Aid. I was just messing around because I keep seeing people posting without reading. This has been posted up before just like many other topics ... QR codes, "I made this much money in 2 days", yatta yatta yatta. It's getting quite mind-numbing actually to where I am about to jump ship. I would love to see new stuff posted up, if anyone's going to post anything at all or at least continue a thread that has already been created. I guess people feel they HAVE to be seen, when all they have to do is look for a thread that's already been created and reply and they'll see the topic gets bolded to where it's back on top of the list. Maybe it's just me.

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Originally Posted by MaggieMay View Post

I am about to start building mobile web sites? What are any of you warriors pricing this servive at?
Several ways of pricing it :-
1) If you are building a site for them to host on their own servers - Base price for the setup of say 5 pages - and then a per page charge and possibly an "update site" charge.
2) If you are hosting the site - Low setup price with monthly hosting charge (12 month minimum contract)

Easiest way is to build a few demo sites and see how long it takes - then work out how much you need to earn per hour. Don't forget to allow time for installation of scripts, setting up of sub-domains (if you are using the m.yoursite.com method), etc - may take an 30 mins to an hour to do these, so build it in.
Also, build a few demo sites from scratch - and a few based on info gleaned from existing websites - get used to downloading existing graphics from sites and resizing them - again - another bit of time to charge for. From this, you should be able to gauge how much time it takes to build a mobile site - and then charge accordingly.
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Thanks a lot Man! Now all my clients are gonna think they are gonna get a better deal and leave me in droves!
Your clients will be THANKING you! That site I found, which looks like a well done website with a pretty established structure and marketing budget, is charging FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS plus monthly hosting for a mobile website. If you charge $299 or $399, deliver faster and more reliable service, and a great product, you're serving those businesses in your community who could end up paying ten times what you charge.

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I work with Motels....placing "QR Code" Cards in rooms.

Niche is mostly restaurants but also Gift Shops, Realtors, Attractions, Car Washes. Each gets an Exclusive. ONE of each type of Cuisine (1 Chinese, 1 Italian, 1 Mexican...etc....15 Food Categories)

We get $197 setup and $1 per room per month....with a minimum of 200 rms. Depending on how many local motels....we set up 3 to 5 Groups per Town. Some will take ALL our rooms.

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I work with Motels....placing "QR Code" Cards in rooms.

Niche is mostly restaurants but also Gift Shops, Realtors, Attractions, Car Washes. Each gets an Exclusive. ONE of each type of Cuisine (1 Chinese, 1 Italian, 1 Mexican...etc....15 Food Categories)

We get $197 setup and $1 per room per month....with a minimum of 200 rms. Depending on how many local motels....we set up 3 to 5 Groups per Town. Some will take ALL our rooms.

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Very cool, what's in it for the Motel? Would like to give it a try, why would a motel let us have access to their customers?
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I work with Motels....placing "QR Code" Cards in rooms.

Niche is mostly restaurants but also Gift Shops, Realtors, Attractions, Car Washes. Each gets an Exclusive. ONE of each type of Cuisine (1 Chinese, 1 Italian, 1 Mexican...etc....15 Food Categories)

We get $197 setup and $1 per room per month....with a minimum of 200 rms. Depending on how many local motels....we set up 3 to 5 Groups per Town. Some will take ALL our rooms.

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Very cool, what's in it for the Motel? Would like to give it a try
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Originally Posted by Daniel LaRusso View Post

Your clients will be THANKING you! That site I found, which looks like a well done website with a pretty established structure and marketing budget, is charging FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS plus monthly hosting for a mobile website. If you charge $299 or $399, deliver faster and more reliable service, and a great product, you're serving those businesses in your community who could end up paying ten times what you charge.
Daniel...I think you missed my point...

I was acting like I was charging more than the $5000 listed on that site and they would see that $5000 as a Cheaper Deal!

I was being Facetious...

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$399 if they set up with Mobile site and my SMS service along with $59 per month which includes hosting and 500 text messages per month

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Originally Posted by Daniel LaRusso View Post

Your clients will be THANKING you! That site I found, which looks like a well done website with a pretty established structure and marketing budget, is charging FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS plus monthly hosting for a mobile website. If you charge $299 or $399, deliver faster and more reliable service, and a great product, you're serving those businesses in your community who could end up paying ten times what you charge.
See that's what Sam Walton thought too. You guys need to just stop and follow a formula. I'm out to get in bulk guys.

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It's getting quite mind-numbing actually to where I am about to jump ship. I would love to see new stuff posted up, if anyone's going to post anything at all or at least continue a thread that has already been created. I guess people feel they HAVE to be seen, when all they have to do is look for a thread that's already been created and reply and they'll see the topic gets bolded to where it's back on top of the list. Maybe it's just me.

I agree with this.

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Originally Posted by Mary Wilhite View Post

I agree with this.
As do I... Its just getting so popular. Haha. Good for businesses like mine... where i supply consultants and firms with tools...

I would hate to be a small business owner in about 6 months when the mobile ground and pounders are in full force haha
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Something not less than $500 can be ideal. Remember though it will all depend on the kind of website design your prospect prefers. It is, therefore, preferable to have, at first, knowledge of the design you are to come up with and do the estimation of the costs before you can start pricing.
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You first have to know the design i.e. what your client prefers. Once you get the design you can get the estimates and thereafter decide on the price. Otherwise the moderate price ranges can be between $500 and $550.
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$399 if they set up with Mobile site and my SMS service along with $59 per month which includes hosting and 500 text messages per month
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Tadco, what SMS service do you use?

I use Twilio

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Originally Posted by MaggieMay View Post

I am about to start building mobile web sites? What are any of you warriors pricing this servive at?
Hi Maggie,

A majority of our customers who sell mobile sites sell them for anywhere from 200-400 dollars depending on complexity, but that's when you're using rapid deployment tools. If you're building something complex and from scratch that is going to require some custom development like a store locator or something - 500-1000 is usually ok with the customer as long as you sell it well.

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I was thinking of upping my price

however..

Lower price results in higher clients, and since you can use your client list to upsell your other products and services to, which by the way will be much easier as they already know, like and trust you (hopefully).

And with a low startup fee + monthly fee times number of clients = success in this field. That's my plan to be successful in this growing market.

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Originally Posted by joecarson1 View Post

I havent read any of the above posts. I hope I am not repeating something. A B C
No one has an exact price to sell anything. The right price is largely based on what someone is willing and able to pay at a certain moment. So, do not advertise prices on your company website. Then offer A price to test group, then B price to test group and C price to test group. Those results will get you on the way to determining your sweet spot that gives you the most ROI. So no need to guess, TEST!
As obvious as it sounds to me now...I never thought about determining pricing like that!

Thanks for making my day better! I'm going to test this out.

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Depens on the client and the area.You should not charge the same for a huge city lawyer as a carpenter from a small town
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I am about to start building mobile web sites? What are any of you warriors pricing this servive at?
MaggieMay your are getting a hundred different answers. They will tell you why their price is the one that works and everyone else is wrong. To be honesy, most of them are RIGHT....for them! Everyone has their own reasons for the pricing they charge. You need to find the reasons for the price you will charge.

There are many people building mobile websites for many reasons. Here are a few:

-just to sell the site
-to get more monthly hosting fees
-adon to other services(like SMS MArketing)
-free gift to great custoemrs
-ect..

Each of them will have different pricing stragies. It will be hard to help you set pricing unless you fill us in some more on your business model.

btw, I hope you have not been scared off your thread. I noticed that you have not replied since your origanal post. Let us know if we are helping!
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Pricing is all over the place with lots of variables. The size of the business, hw many pages, design, functionality. It really is too hard to say. Define your market and then adjust for the best scenario.

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