Transitioning to Subscriptions

We’d like to let you know that our WP Job Manager add-ons will be switching to a subscription-based business model one week from now, on January 29th, 2018.

What does this mean for me? 

If you’ve purchased add-on licenses from us before, they will become one-year subscriptions only if you manually renew them after January 29th.

If you’re a brand new customer making a purchase after January 29th, you will get a subscription and be opted-in to automatic renewals from the start.

Either way, once you have a subscription they will automatically renew each year, without you having to worry about expired license keys ever again. 🙂

Why are we doing this?

Having licenses expire means that your add-ons will eventually become outdated and cause problems. An expired license also means that, when you contact us for help with those problems, we can’t provide you with support when you need it most.

Moving to an automatically renewed subscription model takes care of that issue by ensuring that your site always performs at its best, and that we can always help you!

Is your pricing changing?

No. You’ll still get the 30% discount each time your subscription renews.

Can I turn off automatic renewals?

Yes. You can disable automatic renewals after January 29th by taking the following steps:

  1. Log into WPJobManager.com.
  2. Make sure you’re on the Support > My Account page.
  3. In the “My Subscriptions” section, click View.
  4. Click Cancel to stop the subscription from auto-renewing.
  5. Repeat those steps for each separate purchase you’ve made.

Note: if you don’t see the “My Subscriptions” section in Step 3, you don’t have any subscriptions yet, so nothing will be auto-renewed anyway.

I have other questions.

Please reach out to us using our pre-sales form here.

Thanks for reading, and stay tuned to the blog for more information!