Test our data, platform, and services, free for 7 days.
About Free Trials
Feeds4 offers a free 7-day trial of service for new customers. Sign up for any subscription plan and with account approval* publishers get access to free content and features including real-time data access.
To start your free trial, click on the register button in the main menu, choose a plan that is best for you, and submit an application. Your 7-day trial will not begin until your account is approved.
Publishers are charged during your free trial, and you can cancel anytime. We will remind you when your free trial is about to end and there is no need to cancel your account. Accounts that do not subscribe to our service are automatically expired and publishers can activate their account at any time by logging in and subscribing to our service.
Why offer a Free Trial
Feeds4 offers a free 7-day trial for publishers to test our service. We want publishers to make an informed choice about our service; what types of content Feeds4 offers and determine if our technology will integrate with your technology.
Do I Need a Payment Method to Start a Free Trial
Not at this time. We may require this in the future to help us with account authorization but for now, no payment method is required. When you determine that Feeds4 blows away the competition and you are ready to turn up the volume, publishers can subscribe from the account menu in the publisher portal. All major credit cards are accepted.
NOTE: *Not all publishers accounts are approved. If your account is not approved, the 7-free trial will not be made available to your account.
What’s Not Included
Our free trial grants access to almost everything active subscriptions receive but there are a few exceptions. Below are the limitations of your free trial.
Logos: our logo files are not available during the free trial.
Networks: only one network is made available during your free trial.
- Plugins: plugins that import coupons into WordPress cost $29.
- Content: ongoing offers are not available during your free trial.