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What are the account limits for different subscription plans?
How are the overages calculated?
For Extra Accounts
We have a flexible rate between $5 to $15 per extra account based on their spend.
For example, if your plan limits are 25 accounts, and you currently have 40 accounts linked to optmyzr then we will consider 15 extra accounts. You can be billed a min of $75 (15 x $5) and up to $225 (15 x $15).
The accounts exceeding the limit will be charged at 0.1% of spend or $5, whichever is higher*. You won’t be charged more than $15/account at any moment, even if the 0.1% calculation is higher.
To calculate the overages, the system arranges your accounts in descending order of spend, removing the top spending 25/35/50 accounts (depending on each plan limit).
*For this, our system checks the last 30 days spend for each account - on a daily basis - and averages it out at the end of the month.
For Extra Spend
We bill overage based on $150 per extra 100K of spend.
For example, if your plan limits are 75K and you have a total of $100K monthly spend, we will consider $25k extra and bill you $37.5 (150/100 * 25) along with your usual subscription fees.
This amount will fluctuate each month based on your optmyzr usage.
For this, our system checks the last 30 days spend for each account - on a daily basis - and averages it out at the end of the month.
Final overages are calculated based on the entire amount exceeding the plan’s spending limit, not only the amount exceeding the buffer.
**If you are on a legacy plan, this amount may vary. You can view the limits and overages for your subscription plan on the Settings page in your Optmyzr account.
How are overages being billed?
Overages are billed on a monthly basis for all subscription plans.
Are Facebook and Google Analytics Considered in Account Limits?
No, only Google Ads, Microsoft Ads, and Amazon Ads (since 1st October 2021) accounts are considered for billing at the moment. You can link as many Facebook/Analytics accounts as you wish and include data from them in reports, and they won't be considered into the account limits.