Thanks Jason for the prompt reply.
So what happens if we don’t upgrade after that gentle reminder?
My concern would be – let’s say you have a site that generates say 1,000+ unique visitors a month but for whatever reason, this does not translate into much revenue for the developer. For sake of argument – only 10 dollars a month. This means to use Unbounce I would need to pay 50 dollars a month for a site that may only generate 10 dollars off of those visitors.
What is the solution here? If I had a lower account, I would get a reminder from Unbounce saying that I have hit my threshold and I should upgrade – but if I know it doesn’t make economic sense to upgrade… What happens?
The real value I am finding with Unbounce is the *amazingly* simple and powerful HTML editor. I plan on using this for as much of my simple HTML development as possible and the A/B split testing is icing on the cake for me.
Also, I am considering replacing my usage of WuFoo and using Unbounce instead. If I could do all the same form data-storage that I can do at WuFoo but also get the great HTML editor and A/B testing… You guys win hands down!
I’m still just a little uncertain about how to avoid a situation where I need to pay up to 250/month for traffic that wouldn’t justify the expense.
Thanks for any insights!