Category: Pricing

Pricing pages are often very scary, because this is where a customer either takes out their wallet, or puts it away.  Here are examples of high converting pricing pages and structures you can gather inspiration from.

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MindMeister 4-Option Pricing

This is a very simple-yet-effective layout that ranges from free to enterprise users. It describes which user each level is for so there’s no confusion for customers.   It also …
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Quizlet “Add Superpowers” Pricing

Quizlet asks for a roughly $20/year subscription with this cool little blurb about “Adding Superpowers” to your account. They also position the price at $1.67/mo which is extremely affordable and …