Web Business Weekly #94

You haven’t heard from me in a couple of weeks. That’s because I took an actual vacation. Like… not one where I was going to conferences and did a little vacationing for 2 days in between.
So that was nice for a change.
In case you aren’t signed up to get my non-web-weekly emails (GOSH!) – here’s a quick announcement from the last week.
We’re introducing a new pricing structure at Content Snare.
If you’re an existing subscriber this won’t affect you at all. All customers will remain on their current pricing plan indefinitely.
When we launched Content Snare, we wanted to build an understanding of how our customers used the platform. We did this by allowing everyone to have an unlimited number of concurrently active requests.
While this approach was extremely helpful to us (and our customers), it’s not sustainable from a business or technical perspective. We want our product to remain lighting fast and storage costs mount up!
On February 21, 2020, our pricing will be based on customers’ number of active requests and the number of team-members that have access to the platform.
Note: “Active requests” is the number of published requests. Draft or Completed requests do not contribute to this total.
  • Lite – $9 / month, 2 active requests, 1 user.
  • Startup – $29 / month, 20 active requests, 3 users.
  • Team – $69 / month, 100 active requests, 8 users.
  • Custom – A personalized price for subscribers who need more than the above.
If you are an existing customer and you cancel your subscription after this new pricing model is introduced, you will have to sign up to one of the new subscription plans should you wish to rejoin the platform.
Good news is that if you’re not currently a subscriber and you’d like to lock down unlimited requests, sign up to one of the existing plans before 21 February.
That’s all!
On to the newsletter 🙂

James Rose

James is the co-founder of Content Snare and Aktura Technology. Once a web designer, his new priority is to help web designers and developers regain their lives, work less and get better clients.

He does this by writing helpful posts, building software and working with web designers to deliver the complex web development that they don't normally handle.

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