In order to select the best billing model, you must first try to estimate how you will use CheckMarket’s survey tool. Our billing models cover a wide range of uses from a one time survey to heavy daily usage with large volumes. You can find detailed information on our pricing page.
There are three billing models:
You receive one invoice for each survey you conduct after the survey closes. There is no commitment or subscription. This payment term can only be requested for survey projects that are maximum 60 days live. This payment term makes it easier to work with PO numbers but since you get a new invoice per survey, the volume discount is applied to each survey independently and not cumulatively as with monthly invoicing.
You receive a monthly invoice for all of the activity on your account during the previous month. There is no commitment or subscription. If there was no activity you will not receive an invoice. If you have more than one survey active during the same month then the costs mentioned on the invoice are split per survey. Furthermore all the responses and e-mails as well as the survey creation costs from all the surveys are added together and the volume discount is applied to the total.
If your survey project will be live longer than the standard 60 days, you need to choose this invoicing method or take a subscription.
A subscription is interesting when you conduct multiple survey projects each month or when you expect considerable volumes of respondents and / or e-mails. You pay a fixed amount per year for a package of surveys, respondents and emails.
The calculator on the Pricing per year page guides you to the subscription model that best fits your needs. The calculator recommends the most interesting subscription model, based on your estimated number of surveys, respondents and e-mails a year. The calculator takes extra packs into consideration when making a recommendation.