We are happy to grant you a 7-day free, no-strings-attached trial to get the first-hand experience of our Paid Plan. We do NOT ask you for your billing information, and you do NOT have to decide on the number of your accounts to give inKin Paid Wellness Platform a test run.
Once your trial is over, you may either continue using the Paid Solution and update your billing info or continue using it for free from your profile.
Please note that you can subscribe to our paid plan only via the desktop version.
If you decide to purchase your inKin Paid Wellness solution during the trial, your subscription will start after the trial is over.
All promo codes applied during the trial will also be activated after the trial is over.
The trial period cannot be extended.
Please note that there can only be one free trial per platform.
Please note that the trial should not be used for your campaign's timeline, as creating content and onboarding members will take time.
The trial period cannot be extended if the following criteria are met: The user doesn't have members in a trial platform.
Once you start your trial, we recommend doing the following:
Invite your team members as soon as possible via email or by sharing the link to your platform.
And this is why:
It will take time for everyone to join.
You will not appreciate the platform and its features if there is no one to share it with.
It will give you enough time to filter those employees who would not want to join and pay for only those on board with you.
Once everyone is more or less on board, you can start creating content - share health info on the newsfeed and create contests.
The best practice for contests includes the following:
To throw in a prize for the winner or winning team if that's a team battle.
Plan a week for everyone to join the contest and start getting ready. For example, if you want your contest to begin on July 15, we recommend creating it one week ahead so everyone has time to join and be aware of it.
Also, our Tag system allows you to create contests for a specific group of members only (ex., only for marketing or finance people)