Who is AvianBreeder.com for?
AvianBreeder.com is for aviaries of
any size that desire to sell more birds and anyone interested in
buying an exotic bird at a discount price.
How does it work?
Simple. Aviaries pay a low annual fee to list their birds in the aviary classifieds on our
site. Interested buyers have instant free access to bird listings.
Why should I pay
for a service other sites offer for free?
You get what you pay for. With
AvianBreeder.com, you can make changes to your listing, receive a
higher level of customer service and are able to network with more
aviaries and buyers. Also, our pricing is low enough that selling a
couple of extra birds a year will pay for your listing.
The biggest difference between
AvianBreeder and free listing sites is the marketing team. With
AvianBreeder, you get a staff that is devoted to the sole purpose of
driving more bird buyers to your listing.
Can I get a reference before signing up?
Here are comments from our growing
list of happy members:
"A Bird In The Hand Aviaries" is extremely impressed by the amount of views to our web site, 75% referred by
Avianbreeder.com. Our business has increased ten fold since signing up with
Avianbreeder.com one year ago. We are quite impressed and very pleased with the services rendered so far. Avianbreeder.com is keeping us in business! Thank you
-Bob McCullough, A Bird in the Hand Aviaries
“I've been listed less than a week
and I've had five contacts for birds. I'm expecting a buyer to buy
my hand fed Sun Conure Thursday night. A woman is coming to see my
Quakers Saturday. I'm in email contact with two prospective buyers
for cockatiels. I've been contacted by a pet store owner wanting to
buy out of nest babies. This is the only one I've turned down flat,
so far. I've never had an ad generate so much interest as fast. It
seems there's a lot of prospective buyers out there looking for good
breeders close to their locations."
- Dan Tarrant,
listed on Avianbreeder.com has at least doubled the traffic to my
website, more so than any other listing I have on the web."
- Lisa Sweet,
Sweet Acre Bird Farm
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