Your call and channel subscription prices are entirely up to you and can be based on your industry, level of experience, what services you are offering, or any number of other factors.
A general rule of thumb is to consider what you get paid hourly in your regular work and extrapolate from that to set your rate.
Consider offering an "accessible price" option for people who might not be able to afford your full-price service.
Keep your stream affordable for your target audience.
Consider offering free streams to complement your paid streams and series. This can help build your audience and convert your free subscribers to paid.
We recommend keeping your streams free for your paid subscribers.
We recommend keeping Series under $100 USD for non-paying subscribers.
Paid subscribers should get the Series for free or at a reduced cost.
Your channel subscription price will depend heavily on what you're offering your subscribers. Think about the number of Series and Streams you're offering on a monthly basis, and set your price from there.
It should always be cheaper for your audience to subscribe to your channel than to pay for each event you host.
If you aren't sure what to charge, email us at [email protected] or click on the blue circle in the bottom right corner. We can check out what similar Superpeers are charging so you can feel confident in your pricing.