Sales And Orders

Expand the reach of your products, drive more traffic to your store, and dramatically increase profitable revenue on channels like Google, Microsoft Bing, Facebook, Instagram, and more.

Summary

Sales & Orders is a leading platform for helping ecommerce merchants grow and succeed online in their digital marketing and advertising efforts. Sales and orders is a marketing software that is built for ecommerce, they focus on taking products from ecommerce platform and marketing them online through Google shopping services and other services. This tool offers features for Google Shopping, E-Commerce, Analytics, Product Listing Ads, PPC, Paid Search, SEM, Google Ads, Microsoft Ads, Bing Ads, Facebook Ads, Instagram Ads, Product Feeds, and Repricing. Their paid plans start from $20 per month and can go up to $ 1450 per month, they also offer custom pricing as well for some of their features and they do offer a free trial.

Rating

Product Details

Free trial: Yes

Free trial requirement:

  • Account registration
  • Credit card

Key Product Features:

Google Shopping, E‑Commerce, Analytics, Product Listing Ads, PPC, Paid Search, SEM, Google Ads, Microsoft Ads, Bing Ads, Facebook Ads, Instagram Ads, Product Feeds, and Repricing.

Pricing: $20-$1450

Pricing discounts: None

The product good for:

  • Startups
  • Small businesses
  • Medium businesses
  • Enterprises

Business Info

Date founded: 2012

Number of employees: 51-200

Number of users: N/A

Company Website: https://www.salesandorders.com/

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 888–538-4594

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Team Members

Gregg Hanan

CEO

Ian Weyenberg

VP Engineering

Matthew Vecchione

Director of Sales

Software Reviews

Verified Reviewer

Source

“Really great product ad software and great support”

Pros: We use the paid version where they help us manage the ads in the software. Google adwords can sometimes be a lot to look at and be confusing when you are just trying to get some simple information. Sales & Orders simplifies this.
Cons: There could be more to the dashboard I would like to see more stats and analytics under one view instead of having to switch to multiple views.

Jonathan H.

Source

“Sales and orders is a must for Self Management of Google Ads”

Overall: So far there are no complaints. I have seen an increase in sales within the first few weeks of changing over to self managed Sales and Orders Plans versus a fully managed plan with another company.
Pros: Sales and orders is a must for Self Management of Google Ads. I have not found any software that competes with Sales and Order's software in terms of ease and price. The price is super affordable. Within days I have my google ads and campaigns ready to go. Within a week or 2 I have them customized even further per click. I manage a website with about 1000 products that are ever-changing. This software makes it easy for me to raise and lower bid prices based on the software's recommendations. Also I have the ability to raise and lower product bids on my own. I really like the pending changes function. This function makes you check your changes before sending them to google. It has saved me from a pricey mistake just last week.
Cons: It's not really a con, but it helps to know a bit about Google and/or your products. Contrast this with a fully managed company that manages your ads for you. There's pros and cons to fully managed or self-managed google companies. I have worked with both. The self managed just requires daily google ad spend checks. But I think every company should be doing this anyways.
Reasons for Switching to Sales & Orders: I wanted to be able to have a more hands-on approach. With a fully managed company, I could email them as much as I wanted but a phone conversation was about every 2 weeks. In clothing retail, Self managed works better for us for our company's current size.

What the Interwebs Say

Users are overall satisfied with this tool as well as the support they receive from the team. A few users have also reported to have seen an increase in sales after using the platforms self-managed Sales and Orders Plans. However a few users suggested that they would like to see more stats and analytics under one dashboard instead of having to switch over to multiple views.