(Please read the full license agreement, but most probably you are here for the answer to this question)
Question: I am running a number of blogs and I’d like to use your “Pro” plugin on them. Do I need to buy “Pro” license for each one of them?
Answer: Our licenses are issued on “Per User” basis. It means you can use one license on all your sites, but you can’t give it to other people. You can use Plugin and API libraries on all your sites/blogs, the only requirement is that all those sites/blogs must be yours. You can’t re-sell or re-distribute the “Pro” Plugin and API libraries or websites with per-installed “Pro” Plugin and API libraries, neither you can’t install plugin and API libraries for your clients.
We do have an affiliate program that you are free to join and make some referral money or pass the savings to your clients.
If you are interested in re-selling plugin or would like to install it for your clients you can look at our developers/resell packages
You can see the refund policy here.
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