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Frequently Asked Questions
Will I be charged at the end of my free trial?
You'll have a free 30 days to test out Hootsuite. At the end of your trial, regular billing begins and you'll be charged. You can avoid charges by downgrading or cancelling any time before your trial ends.
How much does Hootsuite cost?
Hootsuite pricing is tiered based on your plan type. Paid plans start at per month for a Professional plan and range up to per month for a Business plan. Custom solutions are available for Enterprise organizations, which have their own unique pricing structure.
What do you mean by a “social profile”?
Social profiles are accounts (such as an Instagram account, your personal Twitter account, or a Facebook Page). With Hootsuite, you can manage multiple accounts—such as five Instagram accounts, three Twitter accounts, and two Facebook Pages—from one dashboard.
Let’s say you choose our Teams Plan. You could manage up to 20 different accounts from one dashboard—for example, 20 different Facebook Pages for 20 different clients. You can share access to these accounts by adding team members, helping everyone work together.
What do you mean by 30 scheduled messages?
Our Free plan lets you schedule up to 30 messages at any given time. Once you reach the limit of 30 messages, you won’t be able to schedule another message until one of your scheduled messages is published (or deleted). For unlimited scheduled messages, give our professional plan a try.
Does Hootsuite offer discounts for nonprofit organizations?
Yes, we offer a discounted rate for nonprofits on our Professional or Team plans. See if your organization qualifies by applying here.
Will I be notified before my free trial ends?
Yes, you'll receive an email notification to warn you. You can also downgrade or cancel any time during your free trial to avoid any charges.
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