HubShout SEM System Help

Sell Sheets on the new plans and documentation

  • Roger Reply

    Hi Guys

    We are all going to need to updated sell sheets. I hope those will come out very soon as those are the most critical feature of the roll out at this point.

    I need to have time to not only review them, rebrand them, but teach my team on how to sell using the new material.

    Also we'll need a document that outlines the pricing as you've done with your current document.

    How soon can we expect this?

    Thanks
    Roger

    05/31 at 10:21 AM (7519)
  • Chris B. Reply

    Hi Roger, looks like we're planning to have the new pricing posted on the website by the end of the day. That's the goal.

    05/31 at 10:23 AM (7520)
  • Matt Reply

    I think the new plans will make sense once resellers can look through the new activity sets

    05/31 at 10:32 AM (7522)
  • Brian J. Wilhelm Reply

    Are the new Local plans appropriate for for results within 200 miles of a business?

    05/31 at 10:37 AM (7524)
  • AdamUK Reply

    Can't wait for these sheets. Are these prices going to be viewable by anyone who visits the HubShout site or only members? I realise that the webinar is available to any visitor. I just have a small concern that possible clients of mine may learn what the wholesale price is. How do other people feel on this?

    05/31 at 10:47 AM (7525)
  • Chris B. Reply

    Local SEO is typically suited for a target range well within a 30 mile radius.

    05/31 at 10:49 AM (7526)
  • Adam Reply

    [quote]AdamUK said: Can't wait for these sheets. Are these prices going to be viewable by anyone who visits the HubShout site or only members? I realise that the webinar is available to any visitor. I just have a small concern that possible clients of mine may learn what the wholesale price is. How do other people feel on this?

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    We get this question a lot.

    1) It is highly unlikely the customer would find us on the Internet (over 500 million active domains now)

    2) Direct Customers are not eligible for this pricing and that will be indicated on the site. This is BULK / RESELLER pricing available to Web Design, Agency and Consultants only with multiple customers....

    People understand this. It's like buying 1 pair of shoes from PayLess (Retail) vs a container full of shoes shipped from China (wholesale).

    05/31 at 10:53 AM (7527)
  • Terrance Reply

    This is a good thread. I have been getting calls about this. I know that we are having the pricing and such on the website but I have Resellers that like our sell sheets/marketing materials and use them regularly. Do you have an idea of when those will be available for them so they can start remarketing themselves and their websites?

    05/31 at 11:44 AM (7539)
  • Roger Reply

    @Terrance I couldn't have said it better. Thanks for expanding and adding your support.

    05/31 at 11:49 AM (7541)
  • Member 5266 Reply

    Hi Adam, I agree with Adam UK. People do understand that outsourced/contract work will be at a lower rate just like bulk purchases are. However, making those rates available to the public does not seem like a good idea.

    For instance, I can't get a manufacturers wholesale rates without actually trying to become a distributor. I think this should also be Hubshout's policy.

    Especially for those of us with multiple clients and who do the outsourced SEO work for multiple companies. There are just so many variables out there with my client base, and I'd strongly prefer that your reseller rates are not published.

    Let me know what you think. Thanks!

    05/31 at 11:53 AM (7543)