With respect, I am describing it as a service, but service can be a feature. There’s a distinction between a product and a service, but either of them can be major or minor features of an offer.
Be careful not to make personal statements that can’t be absolutely backed up. I find the pricing tiers very clear indeed, and all of my explanations have been drawn exactly and solely from reading the page carefully, and from my general experience with the web. I’m not a staff member, had no ‘special access’ to anything that others did not, other than my general level of experience with a wide range of businesses online.
The page alone, and taking the time to read it carefully, is where I have drawn all of my answers.
Be careful not to make personal statements that can’t be absolutely backed up.
What do you mean by “be careful not to make personal statements”? - that is my personal experience with that sales page that I read before purchasing, and I’m sharing that opinion with you. And I had to scratch out the details of what I’ve actually bought from a lengthy back-and-forth on a forum.
At least admit that you had me working for it
Your experience tells you that YOU didn’t find things very clear (an opinion, or perspective), which is a very different thing to the assertion that it is not clear (a statement, as of fact)… While in counterpoint I showed you how clear I found it - that all of my answers on the pricing has come from that page, and my general experience, nothing more.
[added] I will however concede that my ability to quickly read, digest, and make deductions or get insights might not be typical, and might be why people value my consulting, of course. I may not be an entirely ‘average’ reader or user.
Christoph, I’m not bothered by some $20 - it’s the principle of it, and I like to put my money and time into positive businesses and good vibes.
Looking at your responses here and in other threads, I see an overly stressed-out business owner who just gave birth to a killer set of tools and received an unwelcome backlash for trying to monetise his hard work.
Me, I’m just a (paying) user who wanted to clarify his purchase and got annoyed with pompous, overly convoluted answers.
You got me totally wrong - I love your tools, and they’re worth $20.
“Woocash” is how you pronounce my name in English - I took it cause “Lucas” wasn’t available… and I thought it was funny.
If I don’t buy the $24 version, can’t I get the ‘Plus’ version ($8)?
I don’t think you understood what I was asking at all, but in any case, before I get banned by the moderator of this forum, I wish you a good day and a relaxing weekend.
You are as free to buy any, or none, of the plans now as you were at the beginning of the discussion. If the $5 Plus Plan has everything you need then there’s little or no point to paying more. If the Free version has everything you need, same deal. If you need features that are only in the $20 Pro Plan, then there’s not much alternative but to get the $20 package. It was always about what you need, and how much. Nothing changed on the AIPRM side.
The engineers who developed aiprm did not show us anything about how a so-called AIPRM hint is generated and how its supposedly powerful performance is guaranteed. What a disappointment. I don’t think there is a need to purchase a prompter creation, a good prompter must not be the same, every scene that needs a prompter is different, so the prompter must be different for each scene. As this one said in his reply, I just spent $50 to satisfy my curiosity and had no incentive to renew after that.