Archive for June 5, 2013
Have you recently been thinking about what things would look like and what would change about your business if you had decided to become a mobile website reseller? Well, wonder no more. There are lots of things you can enjoy as a reseller of mobile website solutions, since the industry is exploding right now, but four main benefits usually stick out far among the others.
As a mobile website reseller, you are adding dramatically to your current repertoire. This means whatever you offered before, you are topping with your abilities to get excellent mobile websites created for your clients. This is something that a lot of marketing companies and tons of web designers are adding, because they already do what they do well but they lack the expertise in the mobile web solutions market. Join them by becoming a mobile website reseller.
As a mobile website reseller, you additionally are boosting your revenue streams. Consider what you are making currently with your existing offerings, and then add onto that with the solutions you now will be offering when you resell mobile website solutions. The costs to actually participate in a mobile website reseller program are quite minimal, at least comparatively speaking to what you can earn in return. Your clients are fully aware in most cases that they need mobile websites to remain competitive, so they likely will be asking for it.
When you resell mobile websites, you also instantly market yourself as a stronger force to be reckoned with. This includes both your local competitors and those that exist online. Once everyone finds out that you are a mobile website reseller, they likely will be scampering toward their nearest program to join as well. But you already will have come out ahead of them, and you likely will have secured some of their clients too.
As a mobile website reseller, you also can more fully enjoy doing something and getting paid for something that has nothing to do with your business. Well, more specifically you are offering a tool that you are not actually providing. Rather, you are serving as a middle man, connecting providers with your clients but serving as the main point of communication so they never need to talk with one another. In this role, you make yourself available to your clients and to your provider, ensuring a smooth process throughout. You can handle that, right?