I got a rather silly question to ask, that I was wondering if a Seedbox owner/employee would be able to answer.... What's the profit margin on seedboxes?
The reason I'm asking is to get some perspective on the industry as a whole. I see a lot of operators not putting resources into their customer service and I was wondering why that is happening. One option I came up with is that they just want to squeeze as much money out of it as possible. The other option I came up with is that Seedboxes is a low margin industry so every time you put in some fix it costs you more than what you'd get in profit from a customer in a couple of months.
Are customers unrealistic with their expectations of what they get for what price? Or do you just find that most go for the lowest priced item, regardless of whether it suits them or the operator is reputable?
Why answer this? I'm thinking of putting together a Seedbox supplier spreadsheet together and releasing it (if there is demand for it) about what plans are available, the quality of the services, value for money, best uses for each service, the quality of the operator and the customer service etc. etc. So I'm sure there's going to be a lot more questions.
Does that make sense?