How does CoAlias usage work?

CoAlias has plans that include a certain amount of domains, requests, seo caches, wildcards and api calls.

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CoAlias has plans that include a certain amount of domains, requests, seo caches, wildcards and api calls. Most important metric is the requests. If you exceed that you will be upgraded to a higher plan automatically. On the usage page you can view each of these metrics in detail. On the pricing page you will find the limits for each plan.

You can start with the free plan. But if you need more, this is what the paid plans offer. Compared to the Free plan, yearly paid plans have the following requests / costs:

  • Dev plan, that has 48 times more requests ($0.52 per 1000 requests)

  • Basic plan, that has 48 times more requests ($0.10 per 1000 requests)

  • Growth plan, that has 240 times more requests ($0.04 per 1000 requests)

  • Dedicated plan, that has 960 times more requests ($0.02 per 1000 requests)

For monthly paid plans:

  • Dev plan, that has 4 times more requests ($0.75 per 1000 requests)

  • Basic plan, that has 40 times more requests ($0.15 per 1000 requests)

  • Growth plan, that has 200 times more requests ($0.06 per 1000 requests)

  • Dedicated plan, that has 800 times more requests ($0.03 per 1000 requests)

What are domains?
Any domain you add to CoAlias, a free subdomain, a www. domain or a main domain. All will be counted as domains. The free plan is the only plan that has a limit of 10 domains. All other plans have unlimited domains included.

What are Wildcards?
Domains like *.domain.com are wildcards. These domains allow you to quickly add entire domains to CoAlias.

What are requests?
A request is a request made by a browser to a server for a specific file or piece of data. This can include the initial HTML page, as well as any additional files or data needed to render the complete website. It can take 1 to several requests for a page to load.

What are seo caches?
If you enable seo cache, it will generate a static version of a page. If a crawler like google visits the website, we serve it the static version of the page so it can optimize its crawling budget and quickly serve the page.

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