A little bit about the technology behind PadiAct
In the case of Google Analytics, the job is to track visitors behavior and send that data to the huge Google datacenters in order to process them and present it to you in the forms of reports you are already acustomed to.
In the case of PadiAct, the job of the file is to interact with visitors, based on your specific campaign setup. Our file does not send any data about your visitors to our servers, but it does the opposite: it takes data from our servers and present it to a specific segment of your traffic.
As our server infrastructure is smaller than the Google Analytics one, we have to make sure that some users don’t abuse it to the detriment of the others.
The fair usage policy
The fair usage policy applies to all PadiAct accounts whose email subscription rate for their defined campaigns is under 1%.
Free accounts can use PadiAct without upgrading to a paid version as long as they don’t go over 50.000 server requests per month. To help you get an image of it, that’s something between 30.000 and 40.000 visits per month.
Before the Fair Usage Policy came into place, free accounts were limited to 10.000 requests per month. The new limit should fit the free accounts needs without giving them worries.
For paid accounts, the fair usage policy limit has been set to 10.000.000 server requests per month.
What happens if you pass the fair usage limits
If you have a free account, we will ask you to upgrade.
If you are already using a paid account, a PadiAct representative will get in touch with you, letting you know that your accounts passed the fair usage limit and will offer you solutions for making decreasing the number of server requests.
We will disable your account only in case you will not cooperate with us for decreasing the number of server requests to an agreed limit.