With Atlist you only pay for what you use. This is called usage pricing— and we think it's a more fair and transparent way to charge customers.
Atlist plans are on a 30-day period. Within that period, you get a certain amount of included views (for example: 1,000).
You pay $0.009 for each additional view that goes over your included views.
Once your 30 day period completes your views reset to zero.
What is a view? A view is counted every time a map is loaded.
It's pretty simple: Atlist pays Google an API fee every time a map is loaded.
Over time we've discovered that some Atlist users create very popular maps— which is great— but can also be expensive for us.
We think usage pricing aligns incentives by connecting price to usage.
Here is a comparison of the prices between Atlist and the Google Maps API:
You will be notified by email anytime you go over included views for the period.
You can view current usage anytime in Usage.
You will be billed every time you hit $45 in usage or at the end of your billing cycle.
In some instances, we do offer annual billing — but it is considerably more expensive. Learn more about annual billing ->
Want to keep your views low? Avoid embedding your map on high traffic pages like a homepage. Instead embed your map on pages that get less traffic.
Each embed counts as a map load — so if you embed the same map twice on a page you will incur two views.
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