| 2:14 pm on Apr 26, 2004 (gmt 0)|
good product but the pricing scheme is really hard to understand. very customizable.
| 8:44 pm on Apr 26, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Kevin Lee (CEO of Did-It) is one of the smartest guys in the bid management space, likewise for SEM in general.
We compete with them and there are one of the three top keyword management solutions out there, definitely.
| 8:32 am on Apr 27, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Decent option. They understand the business and then provide a customised offer(rather than just some tool).Have been there for a while.Pricing is case dependent.Kevin is a popular figure in the market.(Whether Kevin's smartness has anything to do with the service they provide,is difficult to say(-: )
| 11:14 pm on Apr 27, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Anyone else you guys can recommend that compete with did-it.com?
I checked out gotoast and wasn't too impressed. And they turned out more expensive for the amount of keywords I have even though they dont give the personal attention that did-it.com does.
| 3:47 am on Apr 28, 2004 (gmt 0)|
This might be of interest:
| 4:58 am on Apr 28, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Valid thread by ROITracker(interesting name). Unbiased opinion should be separated from name popping.Its unfortunate that we donot have any means of ensuring a clean suggestion exchange.
| 10:38 pm on May 27, 2004 (gmt 0)|
I took a look at the did-it website. Does anybody have any price quotes from them? Their site is really vague, no concrete details, no prices, I went in circles for a while before realizing that I have to use their contact page to elicit any info from them
| 12:30 am on May 28, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Pricing bid management solutions is a bit like giving quotations for decorating.
I'll paint your house for $10,000.
But you haven't seen my house, it's very big/small, you need a 400ft ladder because I live up a mountain.....
Bespoke pricing based on the budget/objectives/deliverables is likely to be the solution offered, regardless of who you deal with at the higher end of the scale.
Someone will charge based on number of keywords. Fine, but there may be 9,990 keywords out of 10,000 that have no other bidders (so what's there to manage?). I know that is extreme but hey it's late.
| 1:07 am on May 28, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Overture & Lycos are both coming out with bid management as well. No idea on its quality though.
| 4:49 pm on Jul 10, 2004 (gmt 0)|
I' am starting a bid management company. Does anyone know where to get a program that I can use to manage bids for my clients instead of hands on as well as a tracking program. I've seen the ones you buy for your own site, but I'm looking for ones to use for all the clients I get.