WHAT IS A DATA DEAL?
Our Data Deals connect businesses and people to exchange data, money, OPT-INs, and OPT-OUTs. The process begins with a Data Deal Quote following these 7 Steps.
By contract, a Data Deal is a rental contract of unique grouping of data sets that a demand client (ex. Businesses, Marketing Firms, Research Companies) wants brokered in the data markets from selected sample of data supply clients (Individuals). Once brokered, the data from the Data Deal is loaded in a rental environment, where any BI can be setup to view and monitor the data and the updates.
STEP 1: CHOOSE A PURPOSE FOR YOUR DATA DEAL
Increase Market Share
Increase your market share by understanding your competitors client habits and potential customers. Plan and release your next marketing campaign by safely renting your competitors's customers data and viewing their trends and group habits in real-time.
Grow Into New Markets
Identify new markets and increase the probability of success of new product introductions. Safely rent targeted non-customers data and view their trends and group habits in real-time.
Increase Customer Loyalty
Increase your customers loyalty by understand their habits. Safely rent their data and viewing their trends and group habits in order to cater to them and modify your product offerings in real-time.
REQUEST A DATA DEAL QUOTE
DATA STOCKS LIST
STEP 2: ADD DATA TO CART
Add data sets to your cart. Find and rent all types of data from multiple sources in location. The Data Stock List is the list of data stocks that can be requested by any business or enterprise for rental. Each data set represents 6 months of data from 1 OPT-IN user.
STEP 3: PLACE YOUR BIDS
Each data set that you add required bids. A STARTING BID states that bid that your business will start with. The HIGH BID represent the highest compensation that your business is willing to pay a user for the right information. HIGH BIDs will attract more users to join your Data Deal, which will speed up your Data Deal. The LOW BID represent the lowest bid that your business is willing to pay a user for the right information. LOW BIDs will detract users to join your Data Deal, which will slow down your Data Deal from happening.