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CampaignGO combines eBay store analytics with tools to increase sales.
CampaignGO can increase conversion rates and sales with markdown sales management, filtering by multiple parameters. It also automates mailing list building by sending buyers a personalized email after every purchase and identifying repeat buyers.
CampaignGO stores buyer information and delivers reports through a dashboard, providing access to data for an unlimited time.
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|Platforms||Web Based / SaaS|
Trial: 30 days
|Stores with up to 500 listings||$9.99 Per month|
|Stores with up to 5000 listings||$24.99 Per month|
|Stores with over 5000 listings||$49.99 Per month|
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The Supplier Says
"Ok I just wanted to share that I’m REALLY liking these tools!
Got a Best Offer for something that I was about to turn down without realizing it’s been in the store since 2011 which showed up on my Campaigngo email! Did not have to go in and open the listing to see any of that info. Well that turned my mind around fast!." - Maida Webster, Top Rated Plus eBay Seller.
“The Best Offer part of CampaignGO is easy to navigate. You can see very easily if you have any pending offers. There is a quick link to view the buyer’s past feedback along with viewing their offer and an easy way to accept or counter their offer. If you use eBay’s Best Offer features today, CampaignGo will make using these features much more efficient.” - Sharon Pleines, Top Rated Seller.
"I’ve been using it now for a while and it has become invaluable! It gives me a lot of great information. Every time I get a Best Offer I look at my CampaignGo screen to help figure out whether I want to Accept, Counter or Decline a Best Offer." - Joel Elad, Top Rated eBay Seller.
“I was very impressed with CampaignGo! It’s evident that there is an extensive amount of experience and “know how” implemented in the solution. Keep up the great work!” - Victor Levitin, Top Rated eBay Seller, e-Commerce specialist and CEO of CrazyLister LTD. CampaignGO, 2 November 2015