What do you price Mobile Sites For?

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Where do you price mobile sites at for small businesses?
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  • Profile picture of the author 4webmaster
    Setup fee over 150.00 then monthly over $10.00

    Don't be afraid to sell higher price rather than cheap, business owners have money for this.

    Selling cheap will not give business owner trust on your services.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kevin Z
      Originally Posted by 4webmaster View Post

      Setup fee over 150.00 then monthly over $10.00

      Don't be afraid to sell higher price rather than cheap, business owners have money for this.

      Selling cheap will not give business owner trust on your services.
      I think that is WAY too cheap given the value you are providing the business. Obviously this varies from market to market niche to niche, but I would be pricing the mobile sites anywhere between $500 - $1500+ setup then additional monthly charges based on the service level you are providing.

      You price yourself as a discount bargain basement price then that is what you will be known for and thought of. Don't sell yourself or your services short!
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      • Profile picture of the author Andre Slater
        Originally Posted by Kevin Z View Post

        I think that is WAY too cheap given the value you are providing the business. Obviously this varies from market to market niche to niche, but I would be pricing the mobile sites anywhere between $500 - $1500+ setup then additional monthly charges based on the service level you are providing.

        You price yourself as a discount bargain basement price then that is what you will be known for and thought of. Don't sell yourself or your services short!
        Your slick answering my question, but also having a mobile product that is what I have been searching for and making my heart pound out of my chest and making me nauseous at the same time reading through your massive offer. I am sold twice... Thanks I Sent you a PM
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    • Profile picture of the author Face Cap
      Originally Posted by 4webmaster View Post

      Setup fee over 150.00 then monthly over $10.00

      Don't be afraid to sell higher price rather than cheap, business owners have money for this.

      Selling cheap will not give business owner trust on your services.
      Thank bro good tips
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  • Profile picture of the author Aaron Doud
    Our service provider charged us $300 to build it.
    The monthly fee is free since we already host with them.
    And I have had them do about $200 worth of upgrades to the mobile site.

    We are an RV Dealership. So that requires an integrated inventory backend.

    IMO unless you are doing something major a mobile site should go for $300 as that is the industry standard price. If you are building a true custom solution base pricing on the hours likely needed for the project times your hourly rate. Industry standard hourly rate is $100 to $150.
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    • Profile picture of the author iTwinkie
      I'd like to agree with Aaron.

      Let's say that I'd do mobile marketing. I would definitely charge it like $500+ and about monthly charge, I'd charge like $15.

      I don't know if they're good prices though. Any suggestions?
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      • Profile picture of the author Andre Slater
        Well I am targeting the restaurant niche first as in my area there are massive amounts of them and I know the industry pretty good. I am thinking of $297 for design and $50 to maintain and updates. I am going to specify if any new developments come out for their site I will add at no charge... That's why 50 bucks... What do you think?
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        • Profile picture of the author scarob2
          Originally Posted by Andre Slater View Post

          Well I am targeting the restaurant niche first as in my area there are massive amounts of them and I know the industry pretty good. I am thinking of $297 for design and $50 to maintain and updates. I am going to specify if any new developments come out for their site I will add at no charge... That's why 50 bucks... What do you think?
          I agree 99%. The only thing I would add is limit the updates you do for free each month. One or two updates for free. After that, charge them. If you don't put a limit on it, you may end up spending 3 or 4 days a week making changes for them.
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  • Profile picture of the author scamsel
    $450 flat is what i go for.
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  • Profile picture of the author HammerNiko
    You new? It is situational and locational. There is difference between north Africa and Las Vegas. Test market first and competition and form a price/plasment strategy.
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  • Profile picture of the author jspmedia
    I am selling it for $495..local agency selling it $1500-$3000 for static mobile site design..
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