14-day free trial period

When you sign up to DataHawk, you will receive a 14-day free trial without entering your credit card details. Once your trial period is over, should you choose to upgrade, you will be billed immediately, and your subscription details will be updated to reflect your chosen plan.

To know more about payment processes, click here.

Subscription plans

DataHawk plans are simplified plans based on your monthly or yearly sales volume. To

Lite

Starter

Growth

Sales Volume

$1M/year $84K/mo

$2M/year $167K/mo

$5M/year $417K/mo

Ad Spend

$500K/year $42K/mo

$1M/year $84K/mo

$1.5M/year $125K/mo

SKUs

150

300

600

Keywords

150

300

600

Report Credits

10

20

50

Connect Credits

2

5

10

Categories

0

1

3

Users

3

5

10

Alerts

Unlimited

Unlimited

Unlimited

API

No

Yes

Yes

Business Plan

Our Business plan is for brands doing over $5M in annual sales on Amazon or Walmart. You can book a demo with us to tell us more about your goals and get a custom quote.

Our Free Plan

Please note that after the 14-day trial expires, you can choose the plan depending on your needs with the support of our in-house experts.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I customize my plan?

No, you cannot customize your plan by yourself anymore. The plans are simplified and have been shown to cover the needs of 90%+ of the brands within each sales volume.

However, if that is not the case, we suggest upgrading to the higher plan based on your requirements or contact sales.

What happens if I hit the limits of my plan?

You should upgrade to the next plan. If you are on the Growth plan and hit the limit, reach out to our sales team.

I don't need a certain component of the new plan. Can I get a reduced price?

A plan cannot be customized based on specific components. We believe brands can extract more value from DataHawk by using all of its functionalities and not just sub-components.

How can I change my plan?

You can change your plan by clicking on the "Update Subscription" within account settings. To learn more about changing plans, click here.

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