Pageviews are broken down into tiers and provide one licence per site.
- Blogger – 50,000 pageviews per month.
- Small Startup – 250,000 pageviews per month.
- Business – 750,000 pageviews per month.
- Professional – 5,000,000 pageviews per month.
- 50M – 50,000,000 pageviews per month. (Available after Pre-Orders)
- Unlimited – Unlimited pageviews. (Available after Pre-Orders)
Why based on Pageviews?
Most WordPress plugins are limited to a certain number of sites, so why is this one using the number of pageviews my website has per month? It turns out to be fairer… Let’s say you have a small WordPress blog website. The Blogger license would probably serve you well. While a big website like TechCrunch would need a much bigger licence. That’s fair.
What happens when I hit my pageview limit?
Before you hit your licence limit I’ll display a notice (dismissible) to your WordPress dashboard and send you an email encouraging you to upgrade. If you do hit your limit, then all essential features will be disabled until next month or you upgrade your licence.
What comes with the pro version?
Auto Load Next Post Pro will come with some additional and highly requested features. Below are the features that will be available.
- Wizard Setup
- User Role Restrictions
- Custom Post Type Support
- Media Attachment Support
- Limit Posts per Session
- Query Posts by Category or Tag
I want more. Can I have more?
After the release of ALNP, I plan to release add-ons that provide support for other popular plugins or services. I currently have a list of add-ons I have planned and much more that I am researching.
What else do we get?
Everyone gets priority support via email and free updates for 1 year. All pre-orders will start their yearly subscription upon release of the product.