November 13, 2019

We completely changed our pricing plan!

Jason @Jason1923

We were getting pushback that people didn't want to be charged based on page request. So when we get feedback like that, we decided to do something about it.

Today marks the first day of our new pricing model which is based on poll submissions instead of how many times you request a poll. I definitely feel like this is a more logical way to go about things since the people who see value out of the poll will be those who are prompted to upgrade from the free tier.

Please check it out, and if you have any thoughts about the finer details (the # of submissions per tier) we would love your feedback for our next iteration!

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