September 16, 2018 at 7:35 am #133681
I am interested in the inbound stats for my landing pages but have a question regarding pricing. It says for example, started is $99/year and that includes 5 sites and landing pages. I have one website (reviewmenow.com) and have 100+ sub-domains under reviewmenow.com that act as landing pages for my clients. Would this scenario mean I am using one site? Or 100+ sites? If its 100+ sites then I am sure the cost would be beyond my budget for this goal.
Also, does the agency package mean its white labeled? Iam also interested in my clients being able to login and see their stats for the landing page they have with me. Would they see my company name when they log in?
Art BosmaSeptember 17, 2018 at 12:48 pm #133684
The 5 site license would provide full Inbound Pro use across 5 sub-sites of your multi-side environment. I do have customers request custom packages for Agency needs higher than 25. I have one customer above 50.
Inbound Pro is not white labeled, though I have seen customers write in external overwrites to make it look that way (remove branding).
You can still do a lot with Landing Pages free. You could run landing pages free on all 100+ sites. Leads free too. What you would not get is the Email and Automation components and rights to use all templates on more than 5 sites.
Looking forward to helping answer more questions,
Hudson AtwellSeptember 17, 2018 at 1:20 pm #133685
Thank you for your reply. How much would the cost be to have unlimited sites for just the purpose of stats? I know right now the free version includes basic stats but it would be nice to offer my clients the ability to have a date range for stats.
ArtSeptember 17, 2018 at 1:50 pm #133687
Unfortunately I can’t offer that. Our infrastructure is vast and it’s not build to offer parts individually outside of the package.
In the future (think years) we’ll remodel the free offering to have vastly superior statistic/testing features. But for now I can’t bend the current offering to handle your request.
Pricing per license does discount as number of sites increase, but the bottom line still rises fairly quickly.
Also you might could go fairly far with the free tools, and request custom additions from a professional WordPress developer to add the missing features you are looking for.
For example licenses now are about 20USD/site/year with a minimum purchase of a 5 site license (for local environments, staging sites, and 1-3 subdomains. A lot can be done with 5 sites.
If you purchased 100 sites licenses a year and I hypothetically drove the price down to 10 a license per year you’d see a 1000USD/year in expenses.
You could probably add on your features using custom development for the same cost or less, and experience significantly less annual overhead.
We’re storing impression and click stats for variations in a custom database table named wp_inbound_events. You can probably use it to create your own advanced analytics UI features.
I push all custom development requests to the Agency I work with, Codeable. Feel free to entertain this idea and check them out.
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