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SumAll will obviously be missed, precisely, the free version of SumAll.
For years we’ve delivered your data to you for free. However, the cost of maintaining this service has become astronomical. To continue these e-mails, we need you to help by becoming a paying Premium customer. We wouldn’t be here without your love and support over the years…
SumAll had always provided some awesome data visualization and audience engagement analysis, not limited to engagement+reach+community overview just like
- Number of times your followers interacted with your content
- Number of users that have potentially seen your content
- Number of followers you gained
- User engagement or interaction compared datewise
SumAll premium is now all about turning your businesses’ Social Audience to Customers via Web Traffic, for $99/month.
However, starting March 1, 2016 SumAll became no more free, and thousands of social media users using SumAll for basic automation will have to pay. The company SumAll wants to go with premium service in order to build a better data enabled world – SumAll Team writes in an email.
Since our founding over five years ago, SumAll’s goal has been to democratize data. We wanted to emancipate our customers’ data from all the service providers out there and bring it into an organized, understandable, actionable format. The response has been amazing, with over 500,000 businesses and individuals having signed up. Our average SumAll account has four profiles connected, over 7,000 contacts and hundreds of thousands of records. That’s a lot of data!Unfortunately, handling all that data costs a fortune. So, with a heavy heart, we are discontinuing our free service. If you’re already a Premium customer, nothing changes. For free accounts, we will be deleting stored data and shutting off email digests effective end-of-day today, March 1st.