At this time, there is no RiteKit package. We're asked for packages often, and aim to provide a package from April, 2020. This article explains that by offering all products a la carte and without team use, we can ship new feature releases faster and keep our pricing the lowest possible. You'll also see pricing comparisons for the closest competitors to RiteForge and Rite.ly.
For now, to share an account with your team, use one social profile (e.g. one Twitter account) for login and share that social profile's password with your team. This article shows how to get set up as an agency, with Link Ads, Enhance Presets for different team members, and how all your people can add their social profiles to one RiteForge account.
What we've done in pricing the RiteKit products to allow customers to get just what they need for their exact use case, and to scale up and down as their needs changes, is what packages would not solve.
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Let's compare: The closest competitor's tier pricing vs. RiteKit just-what-you-need pricing
Say you just launched a budding social media management agency. Your low and mid-tier clients will use your domain for their Rite.ly URLs. You have no top-tier clients yet. When you do, you will set up and use their domain for their Rite.ly URLs. For now, just the one domain will do.
Because the closest competitor to Rite.ly, Snip.ly, offers features based on their tiers, the cheapest tier you'll need to get even one custom domain is Business: US$149/month. That would cost you $25/month (Rite.ly Pro $15 + one custom domain $10) with us. Even just to replace the Snip.ly logo (linked to their site) with your new agency's logo or your client's logos, again, due to their packages, the number of brand logos are limited by tier, and the cheapest tier that allows this at all is Business, $149/month. With Rite.ly, you get unlimited brand logos with Rite.ly Pro: $15/month.
If you want to not opt out of advertising for Snip.ly every time you share a URL with a Link Ad, and/or you want to use even one custom domain, that starts at $149/month with Snip.ly.
Pay for the link clicks you need, custom domains you need, and scale up or down on a month to month basis with Rite.ly. Start very small and inch up costs as your revenue grows.
Social media publishing: Buffer vs. RiteForge
Buffer Pro is $15/month, as is RiteForge, but Buffer Pro gives you 100 posts in each queue ("account"), and limits you to 8 social accounts, while RiteForge let's you spread your 300 posts in social account queues over unlimited social profiles. Only RiteForge lets you connect unlimited social profiles, which Buffer does not, and let's you spread your posts queued limit over all your queues. Buffer Pro only allows you to keep 100 posts queued.
As you add the social profiles of just one or two clients, you hit the 8 social profiles limit with Buffer Pro and so, you need their Premium Plan. You now jump from $15 to $65/month for 2,000 scheduled posts in queues. With RiteForge, 2,000 scheduled posts in queues is just $29/month, not to mention all the social crafting tools built into the RiteForge Composer, included our original animated or non-animated text images (Image/Gif Templates). With Buffer Pablo, nothing is templated; each use of Pablo opens a new browser tab and forgotten when you close the tab.
With Buffer Publish, if you're doing Twitter/Facebook/LinkedIn/Pinterest for your agency and just two clients, the jump from $15 to $65 is steep and further tiers, even steeper: $99, $199 and then $399/month. With RiteForge, the tiers are $15, $29, $99 and $149. Unless you're an agency, managing social for your company and several clients, you'll get by with our $29/month tier.
A huge plus, beyond the far more gradual price jumps in RiteForge tiers is how with RiteForge, your queued posts limit is for all posts combined, spread over all your social profile queues. Thus, while you may have some clients on your lite or "bronze" plan, and you might just create and schedule 1 to 3 posts/day for just Twitter and Facebook, your enterprise or "platinum" clients may get 10 posts/day and to more social profiles. With Buffer, it's a flat 2,000 posts/queue limit and just a matter of how many social profiles; with RiteForge, there's no limit on social profiles, just the posts queued. Thus, if you have several small clients, you would get by with RiteForge at $29 or $99/month.
When you consider that it makes sense to publish more frequently to some social profiles rather than, say, LinkedIn or Facebook, the ability to spread your posts-in-queues limit as you wish lets you do more with any tier of RiteForge vs. Buffer.
A word about team use
This is something we will certainly offer. There are myriad problems with permission levels, moderation and responsibility matters, staff with varying fluency with the products, and so for now, to reduce testing time and thus, to roll out features the fastest, we are not offering a way to share a RiteKit product across an organization. In lieu of this, if you have 15 or more staff who need RiteKit products, we ask that you study RiteKit Pricing, write us with your needs (and questions), and we can bill you through PayPal.
We would like to hear from you, though, on your exact needs. We will work with organizations on training and simplified group billing.