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Would you pay for this Service?

  • Yes

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  • No

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New Contributor
Read Millionaire Fastlane
Nov 29, 2018
I just finished „the Millionaire Fastlane“ and want to take action now.

For my first post in this Forum I got a question for you guys.

Would you pay a monthly fee(~15$) for a Website/Service, which allows you to upload and schedule postings for social Media and Post them automatically?
(I know this Idea is not new)

A honest yes/no would already help me really much, but if you could also tell me your reasons for your answear it would be amazing.

Best regards :)

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Jeff Noel

Gold Contributor
Read Millionaire Fastlane
Speedway Pass
Oct 26, 2018
Quebec, Canada
The answer is yes. Take a look at HootSuite, it's what they're doing and they are charging monthly fees($600+/mo for businesses).
The need is there, since there's a boom of Social Media Marketing Agencies all over the world (thanks to gurus, mostly). Most SMMA will gladly pay $15/mo to charge $1000/mo to their customers (or at least they'll try to) !


Bronze Contributor
Speedway Pass
Oct 23, 2018
I already use eClincher and Blog2Social to manage this, so of course, I would pay for it. I'd be even more interested in a service that is SaaS.

If you could provide the content at a decent price that would be very intriguing. I'm terrible at social media, but I crank out books, blog posts, and podcasts. Having a service that took my content and generated memes, infographics etc and posted it for me would be very interesting.

Most of the services I've seen are targeting StartUps and since most of those companies are spending other people's money they pay up the wazoo for those services.

I'm not sure that trying to build a software platform from the ground up is the best way to start unless you're a programmer/developer?

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