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Would you pay $5 p/m subscription for Tweetminer?

My ideal scenario would be to build up the features on Tweetminer so that they were really appealing to a core user-base who were willing to pay for them. I would love to have approx 1000+ members paying $5 p/m. That would be enough for a sensible monthly income.

Question is, would you pay $5 p/m? And what features would make it worth your while to pay that?

Also, can you think of a scenario where you might consider paying more than $5 p/m if so what does that look like?

Another note about this... I'm assuming there will always be a free version of Tweetminer. I can imagine that the free version will be limited to a single twitter account, and may also have some limit on the number of schedule tweets it can post.

Then the $5 p/m version may allow 3 twitter accounts with a $10 version allowing 15 twitter accounts etc.

But just because I think that doesn't mean people would agree with me! I'm very curious to hear your input :)
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  • Hi Justin - yes I would be ok to pay 5 or 10$/month for features that will make my life easier. Core features for me are:

    - multi-account (simultaneous) tweeting (my reference: Social Oomph)
    - scheduling (my reference: TweetMiner and Social Oomph)
    - RSS Feed capacity (My ref: Tweetminer)
    - cross-channel to other social media like facebook (Seesmic)
    - overview of all my accounts (again Seesmic is good here, Tweetminer has a smaller window and no possibility to view several accounts )

    Idea: Why don't you upload a list of existing/planned features with a checkbox behind each so that you get a better idea of what people are looking for?

    Hope that helps,
    Stephan
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  • I’m SO SO SO STOKED!!!
    My $5 would JUMP from my wallet!!! I'm stunned at this and what can be done.
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  • Personally, I'm not a big fan of paying for services online, especially not a monthly fee. But I really think that this application is great and I could see companies or groups using TweetMiner, paying for it that is. But I am not sure if I can see the normal user paying for this, for two reasons really.

    Twitter is free! Why pay to make something which is free, nonfree?
    We/they don't manage more than one or possibly two accounts!

    Also, I am not sure how many of the tweeters out there who are still in school and recieve about $100 a month (in sweden atleast!), but I am not sure if this is something I am willing to spend 5% of that on. But again, I don't know how many who are at that age, I really think twitter consists of more adults than teenagers, but that might change.

    Long story short, shorter atleast, I think it needs a lot of business adapting but it's a wonderful start! If you want normal users to pay for it you have a lot of new ideas to figure out. :)
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    true... BUT air is free and people spend loads of cash in compressed air or fragrant air. What about water... same is true there. Someone is making the experience better and TM makes it a whole hell of a lot better
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