PPC Bee Pricing
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In this article, our price list comes up for discussion — we’d like to answer all the questions you’ve ever asked us about it, primarily to explain how that total sum on your invoice is calculated. But first things first.
We’d like to show you everything PPC Bee excels at and what both we and our clients are very well aware of. That’s why we offer our new registered users a free 30-day trial period, to prove that they won’t be buying a pig in a poke. The period starts running once campaign synchronization is launched. Before that happens, you can tinker with your campaigns for as long as you like.
After the trial version expires, you’ll have to decide whether or not you want to continue the cooperation. Anyone can decide for themselves if PPC Bee produced the desired results and if they want to keep using it, or not.
If PPC Bee won you over, all you need to do is fill out your invoice data and choose a payment method. An invoice for the following period will be then issued.
The monthly fee has three parts — the selected rate of synchronization, the level of user support, and the number of active products in your data feed (the app works on the maximum value over the past period). This is where clients tend to get confused and contact us, asking for an explanation.
The PPC Bee subscription is being settled for the next month, but the price depends on the highest number of active products from the past period. When you switch from the trial version to subscription, the price is based on the number of products that were active on the last day of the trial version. This allows you to tinker with the app for full 30 days as much as you like, and advertise unlimited numbers of products. Just remember to turn off any campaigns you’re no longer interested in on the last day so that you don’t end up paying for something you won’t be using.
Let’s say, for example, that a period starts on 11/1 and ends on 11/30. On the last day of November, an invoice for the next period will be issued, i.e. covering the 30 days from 12/1 to 12/31. The price, however, is calculated based on the highest number of active products for the 11/1–11/30 period.
As we already mentioned, the price also includes the selected daily rate of synchronization, and level of support. You can choose one of five synchronization rates:
- 1x day
- 4x day
- 8x day
- 12x day
- 24x day
You can set up the time of synchronization yourself, ideally so that it would correspond with the time when your e-shop finish editing products and their prices.
Regarding the level of customer support, you can choose one of three packages:
- DIY (comes with video tutorials, an online manual, 1 webinar)
- Basic (video tutorials, online manual, 2 webinars, online chat support)
- Enterprise (the Basic package + phone support, SLA)
And that’s the entire science of the total monthly fee… not that complicated after all, was it?
But if anything at all is still unclear to you, don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll explain everything to you. If you don’t have any further questions, you can choose to read up on the app in our manual where you’ll learn a little something about organization hierarchy and consolidation. :)