Located in Reviews started by garptrader, May 13, 2016.
My Efty site is up.
Sorry, posted in wrong topic, should have been here
Hey guys did anyone realize that Efty increased the subscription costs of Growth package from $84/year to $144/year?
Doron told me it's only for new accounts, older accounts will pay the old pricing as long as their subscription remains active
TOO MUCH MONEY !
Luckily I got the grandfathered free account for one time fee when efty was in beta. No monthly fees.
how much was the one time fee?
Quick update. Since the latest post in this thread we've added two brand new marketplace themes:
Michelet & Spinoza
We also added a few new features such as a custom page, a favorite picker, larger logo etc.
More details can be found on the blog here: https://blog.efty.com/2019/08/15/presenting-spinoza-the-sixth-efty-marketplace-theme/
Thanks for all the info guys.
Just interested to know how you guys are getting all the pages indexed into google, bing etc...
And massive thanks to Efty
The most effective way to quickly have your site indexed by search engines is to build some quality backlinks (having another website link to your marketplace site). You can not add Javascipt to Efty's marketplace themes but you can integrate a Mailchimp popup that helps you with capturing leads.
Any plans on including sedo escrow ?Will save me some headache from escrow.com as some buyers cant put up with their verifications.
No immediate plans but we will be meeting up with the Sedo team in Austin next month and I will make sure we will discuss the opportunity to add them as an escrow partner.
Doron, you mentioned that you recently sold Roost(.)io via 'Price Upon Request' inquiry. Can this option be applied to landers and/or marketplace or are all themes still displaying 'Make Offer'? Thanks mate.
Hi Mat, yes the PUR option can be applied to the For-Sale landing pages since we introduced 3 different versions of them which you can read about here: https://blog.efty.com/2019/10/23/price-upon-request-an-alternative-for-make-offer-landing-pages/
For the marketplace themes, it's not possible yet to enable this (yet) but the cool things these days is that you could host all of Efty's for-sale landing pages on a sub-domain too. So in my case, I choose to host my landing pages on a sub-domain of my marketplace. Try visiting MovingUp.com or Altcoin.com to see this in action.
Nice. Thanks for that Doron.
Those landers look pretty slick indeed!
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