About Free Trials?

Ready to take the next step in your advertising journey or just entering the world of digital advertising? Stiddle is here to help you save time and money by simplifying and automating your social media advertising. We are currently offering all new customers a 7 days free trial.

About the trial

When - The free trial will begin the day you sign up at https://stiddle.com/ The trial will end 7 days after your initial sign up date.

What - Stiddle is is an automated, full-funnel Facebook & Instagram advertising platform capable of outperforming ad agencies for a fraction of their price. To read more about Stiddle, visit https://stiddle.com

Why - Stiddle is here to simplify, automate, and optimize your advertising funnel. Our industry leading advertising platform automatically creates audiences, generates offers and landing pages for your business or clients.

Where - Stiddle is currently a web app, optimized for both Chrome and Safari. We also offer a mobile app to easily monitor and turn on/off your campaigns on the go, will be available in both Apple and Android app stores.

How - Stiddle utilizes artificial intelligence to help you create, automate, and optimize your facebook ad campaigns. After you have acquired your leads, you can manage, tag, and follow-up in our native Stiddle CRM.


Common Questions About the Trial

  • When will I be billed after my free trial?

The day your free 7-day trial starts, the count down begins. Upon starting your new Stiddle trial, you will have full access to all of Stiddle's feature offerings - without adding a credit card. After day 2 of your 7-day free trial, you will be prompted to add a payment method and select a plan to continue the rest of your free trial. You will not be charged until the last day of your free trial. When you add your payment method and select a plan on day 2, you will have 5 days of free trial left before your card is charged. Keep in mind that you may see restrictions to features you had access to durring the first 2 days of your 7-day free trial if you had selected the Core or Popular plan. To regain access to these features, upgrade your plan to Professional. 

  • Do I have to add a credit card to start my free trial?

No, you do not have to add a credit card to start your free trial. After day 2 of your 7-day free trial, you will be prompted to add a payment method and select a plan to continue the rest of your free trial. You will not be charged until the last day of your free trial. When you add your payment method and select a plan on day 2, you will have 5 days of free trial left before your card is charged.

  • How long is the trial?

The standard Stiddle free trial is 7 days. Broken down like this: First 2 days of unrestricted access to all features Stiddle offers. The next 5 days consist of the features correlating to the plan selected (Core, Professional, etc). Please note: In some circumstances Stiddle may offer an extended free trial - in which the above may not apply. 

  • What happens to my account information when my trial ends and I select the Core or Popular plan?

At the end of your 7-day free trial, you will be auto-billed for the corresponding plan you have subscribed to. If you decide not to continue your plan after the 7-day free trial, you will loose access to your Stiddle account until you select a subscription. Please Note: When canceling or not remaining on a paid plan, your Stiddle account data will be saved for 90-days and is accessible by choosing a plan. After the 90-day period, we will delete your account with any data.

  • What features do I have access to durring my free trial?

Durring the first 2 days of your free 7-day trial, you have complete access to all features Stiddle offers. After 2 days of your 7-day free trial, the feature access will be restricted based on the plan you have selected. 


If you have any other questions regarding our free trial, please contact our sales team here or schedule a live demo here

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