It is clear why subscription-based models are popular with font providers. Since cancelling a subscription will demand a rework of any number of websites, it becomes costly to change to a different font provider. Thus these companies trap customers in a “walled garden,” forcing them to use only their fonts even when their competitors are offering better products. Over time the subscription costs add up, but customers can do little but pay their “rent.”
We think differently.
With YouWorkForThem WebFonts you have complete control.
It’s as simple as that.
Though the price of our licenses is more than a single month of a subscription, it takes only a few months for you to begin saving money. We price our licenses by the number of monthly page-views your site gets, with incremental steps from 50,000 to 10 million page views, and even an unlimited option. Best of all, our licenses are upgradable: as your website viewership grows, you only need to pay the difference between licenses. The fact that we are a flexible, economical option is why so many brand names use our WebFonts: from T-Mobile to Valve Software to Whole Foods.
Best of all, if a font is upgraded or added to, we send you an email and you simply download the updated version . If an artist re-draws letters or we find a way to compress a them by an additional 10k, you get that for free. With unparalleled selection, an upgradable pricing structure, more fonts being added each month, complete control all on offer for a single payment, one has to wonder why anyone uses subscription-based webfont providers anymore. It’s an outdated business model that costs you more and gives you less.
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