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We built something pretty cool for this week’s video. Before I get right into it though, let me set the scene just a bit…

When creating content (like my weekly videos) one of the things the “experts” recommend is to use keyword searches with high volume and limited competition. This way, you are solving a problem that a lot of people are having (and searching for help with) and your content won’t get lost in a sea of noise. Makes a lot of sense, right?

So, one of those terms that has been on my list for a while is “Airtable Pricing” – but I’ve put off the content because I didn’t have a unique and exciting way to help lead people to answers.

I mean, I didn’t have a good way of answering the pricing question that wasn’t just simply, “well, go look at Airtable’s website.”

But, the problem is deeper than that simple answer because there are a lot of unknowns for new Airtable users, namely:

  1. What pricing tier is right for me?
  2. How do I get charged for additional users?
  3. Am I eligible for any discounts?

For that reason, Airtable’s pricing page might not solve everyone’s question straight away. And then, in the midst of strategizing with one of my team members… it hit me!

What people need is to know their all-in cost in considering the software. Taking that one step further, they might even have savings if they can abandon some current softwares.

So that is exactly what we built: An Airtable Cost Estimate Calculator

But the coolest thing (in my nerdy and very biased opinion) is that we built it in Airtable.

Check it out here: https://airtable.com/shrwWgnd8Ty8PclTs

So ya, we solved the Airtable pricing question, using Airtable and Zapier. Next week I plan to do a behind the scenes view on exactly how our Airtable Calculator works, but in the meantime you can fill it out and we’ll (automagically) email you with your recommended tier, monthly cost, potential savings, etc. Basically, you get a customized Airtable Cost Estimate straight to your inbox.

And of course, here’s the quick walkthrough video that goes into more detail:

Until next week!

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