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February 25, 2005 / jnolen

SocialText lowers pricing

When was the last time you saw this happen? SocialText lowers pricing by two thirds. Pretty impressive. This strikes me as a much more realistic pricing model that the previous $30/mo/user. As valuable as I think Wikis are to the organization, that seemed excessive given the competition. And I think $10/month/user will make it a much easier sell to those people for whom wikis are a new concept, and those who haven't actually seen one in action yet.

But I think it's pretty likely that SocialText will come up with a "Pro" version eventually. Remember what Uncle Joel taught us about pricing software products and the demand curve. [Just be sure to read all his caveats at the end before you go off and do something silly.]

One Comment

  1. Ludovic Dubost / Feb 26 2005 1:43 am

    Competition really does it !! Better quality ! Lower prices.. But whatever wiki you use, indeed at these prices it is a highly valuable tool !

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