Ahrefs, a leading SEO software company, introduces usage-based pricing to the market. Effective from today, the new pricing model ensures new customers are charged according to their consumption of the toolset. Previously, users were locked into rigid subscriptions, often having access to more features than they needed. With the new usage-based pricing, customers can better align their use of Ahrefs with their specific needs.
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The revamped pricing model comes with a set of new features, offering more flexibility to customers. By providing various customizations, Ahrefs is now more compatible than ever with businesses of all sizes.
1. Inactive user seats are free with immediate effect. There’s no more need to purchase additional user seats. Customers are empowered to add the entire team at no cost and pay only for their usage. Larger companies will find it more affordable to provide additional team members with visibility into search insights.
2. No more weekly limits for reports per tool. Every user is authorized to use up to five reports a month without being charged. By reassigning the report limits from the workspace to a user, Ahrefs ensures everyone can use the data allowance on the tool they actually need. Weekly limits will be replaced with global monthly limits.
3. Comfortable billing due to pre-pay and pay-as-you-go pricing. For more predictability, customers can pre-purchase data add-ons for the month or year. If a customer goes over their pre-purchase allowance, their account rolls over to pay-as-you-go pricing and over-usage will be automatically added to the next billing cycle. Pre-paying for add-ons is less expensive, allowing businesses to plan their budgets more effectively.
The new usage-based pricing offers greater customization on various features. Companies can tailor packages based on tracked keywords, reports, projects, export rows, crawl credits, and more.
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