Database size: When we measure the size of your database at the end of the month, we will look at the highest number of active subscribers in your largest list. In other words, we won’t look at the number of subscribers at the start of the month or at the end of the month, but the greatest number of subscribers at any point during the month. When measuring the size of your database, it’s also important to note the “Database size for disorganized accounts” section.
Database size for disorganized accounts: If the total number of subscribers in your SalesAutopilot account is more than three times greater than the number of active subscribers in your largest list, then one third of your total number of subscribers will be considered to be the size of your database. With this, we would like to encourage you to clean your database on a regular basis and to develop sensible list managing skills. (Nobody likes to work with messy lists J)
Active subscriber: Subscribers who have the 1 (“OK”) value in the “active” field. Those who don’t belong to this category: unsubscribed, unconfirmed double opt-in subscribers, subscribers who are inactive due to invalid email address.
Duplicates: When we measure the size of your database, we don’t check whether there are duplicates or not. However, if your largest list is a newsletter type of list, where the same email address cannot be added to the list more than once, then duplicates won’t occur and you won’t be charged for them.
Restrictions to the free (trial) package: The purpose of our free package is that you would be able to test out and experiment with the software, and that you would have the time to start building your system. However, it isn’t the goal of the free package to allow users to practically operate a fully-developed, yet “super-economical” system, so the following restrictions apply to free accounts.
There is no time limit, you can use it as long as you want to.
Number of users: 1.
Sending emails: 400 emails / month.
Number of API calls: 1,000 API calls
Total amount of orders managed: $2000.
This amount includes test orders, i.e. orders that were placed by you for testing purposes