How to upgrade from a trial plan to a paid plan

Navigate to the "Plan Subscriptions" module of your billing dashboard. You can get there in three different ways.

The first is to simply click the "Upgrade Now" button near the top of your screen.

Alternatively, you can click on your name in the top right corner of the screen, then click the "Billing" tab in the fly-out window that appears.

Alternatively, your Billing dashboard may also be accessed through the sidebar on the main "Campaigns" dashboard.

Once you arrive at the Billing dashboard, click "Purchase Subscription" under the "Your Subscription" box:

Click the membership plan that you'd like to purchase. You'll see it highlighted, and the summary on the right will update to reflect the plan that you've chosen. Directly below the plan options, you'll see how many campaigns, keywords, and monthly site audits the subscription comes with.

Some plans also allow you to purchase additional campaigns, keywords, or site audit pages. To do this, click the "plus" and minus" buttons on the appropriate numerical selectors.

Next, choose whether you'd like to pay on a monthly or yearly basis. There are no contracts for either option, although options WILL auto-renew unless you specifically cancel before the cancellation date

The yearly option comes with a 20% discount. However, there are no pro-rated or partial refunds if you wish to cancel partway through the year.

Next, choose whether you'd like to checkout using a credit card or PayPal.

If you choose "Credit Card" go ahead and enter your payment and location information. Then, click the blue "Complete Purchase" button to the right.

To choose PayPal, first toggle the radio button from "Credit Card" to "PayPal".

After you do so, a window will automatically pop up redirecting you to log in to PayPal. Enter your credentials to login, then complete your payment on the PayPal site.

With either method, once payment has been completed, you'll be redirected to your dashboard with your new subscription applied!

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