Mentionlytics offers a 14-day free trial for testing purposes. The trial period gives access to all functionality that Mentionlytics can provide and it is an excellent opportunity to give social monitoring a try.
The free trial allows you to monitor up to 5 keywords which can be split between the categories - Brand monitoring, Competitors, or Marketing leads. You can also add up to 10 social profiles to monitor. If you are interested in more technically advanced features like the API, please talk to our support for it to be activated during your trial period.
The free trial account has a quota limited to 10K mentions, so it will pull this number of mentions for your keyword(s) and once the quota is reached it will stop bringing mentions.
However, the results will remain available for you to check and evaluate. You can also download the raw data in Excel or PDF format (2 downloads available in the free trial).
In case you need to test more popular keywords with more mentions quota, please consider a paid subscription plan.
How can I start my free trial?
To sign up for a free trial in Mentionlytics you will only need your email (no payment details required). You can sign up directly from our page here.
Once you sign up for the free trial and log in you will see Mentionlytic´s Overview dashboard where you can start adding your keywords. If you wish someone from our team to walk you through the platform and help you with your initial setup, please book a demo meeting here.
How can I stop my free trial?
After the end of the 14-day free period the trial gets automatically deactivated and there will be no billing or additional charges applied after the end of the trial period.
Can I invite my team to the trial account?
Yes, you can invite members of your team into the account. Please visit Settings - Account Configuration of your trial account and you can add team members and assign them roles (Admin, Viewer, or Editor) from the user menu on the right.
Can I extend my free trial?
Please contact our support team for more information about trial extensions.