Change in Pricing Structure
We’ve been eager to announce a recent change to our pricing structure that will enable us to serve and sustain our growing CultureSpots family of subscribers even better from here on out!
Over the 4th of July holiday weekend, we published new pricing to our website for our Basic Plan software subscription. Though it’ll remain our most affordable subscription — at just $19/month, or $199/year if prepaid — as many of you know, it had been totally free before.
While it’s been our sincere pleasure to offer the arts and cultural community a way to leverage CultureSpots for free for so long (21+/- months!), we feel this is the right thing for us to do, and the right time to do it.
Not only will this pricing change help solidify the foundation we’ve built over this time, and enable us to continue building upon it far into the future, it will also serve to eliminate any misconceptions and negative connotations associated with anything that is “FREE!”, while simultaneously encouraging a greater sense of urgency among our subscribers too!
Bottom line, we’re very excited about this change, and what it means for the road ahead.
- NOTE: all organizations who are actively using your existing FREE Basic Plan, it will continue to always be free for you, as promised!
To get all the details on our new Basic Plan subscription, click HERE.
That’s all folks. Onward and upward. Nothing else changes. Well, except for a few very cool new software enhancements we are planning to announce soon!
Thank you for your continual support.
Enjoy your journey!
Founder, President/CEO of CultureSpots
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