Thank you all for the awesome feedback, you’re all been very helpful. I’m glad I validated this idea before coding.
It’s not a bad idea. But right now, almost everyone can afford a smartphone, and there are plenty sale notifications apps on the market (some of them are really advanced). I personally prefer to pay few bucks for an application (and use it forever haha), than spend at least 2,5$/month for SMS notifications.
Thanks for the honest feedback That’s why I’m trying to validate this idea to see if it would really be useful for Authors.
Would love to hear more from other Authors.
My name is Paz and I’m a fellow author here at the Envato markeplaces. I’m considering developing a small service for Authors.
It’s basically a service that will send you an SMS every time you make a sale. It’s always more fun to know you made money and it doesn’t require you to even have a smartphone (just a phone capable of receiving SMS messages)I though about a pricing of:
- $2.49/month for up to 100 SMS sales notifications.
- $5.99/month for up to 500 SMS sales notifications.
- $15.99/month for up to 1000 SMS sales notifications.
Is that something you guys be interested in? would you pay for it?
Hi guys from all marketplaces.
My name is Paz and I’m an author here as well. I’d like to conduct a small research on how people handle their customer support online.
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Seriously 10 pages, 93 comments and NONE from the staff?!
So today I’ve reached the 70% commision and passed the $75,000 sales, so I should receive the elite badge but I didn’t receive it yet.
Does it take more time for it to update?
design looks good imo. What kind of partnership percentage are you offering? (don’t forgot that the developer will probably do most/all of the support)