The cost of a backlink for the first year is calculated using the following formula:

*F = (D + $635) / N, where:*

- “F” is the link price;
- “D” is the price for which the domain was bought (open public information);
- “$635” is the cost of maintaining the site for the first year;
- “$500” is the cost of maintaining the site for the second year;
- “N” is the number of clients.

The slot renewal cost for the following years (“R”) is calculated according to the following formula:

*R = $500 / N*

*Important note: if any of the customers do not renew their slot(s) in the future, the slot renewal cost will not be increased for other customers.*

Note that additional fees can be charged by third party service providers and payment gateways

Examples

Say, we’ve bought a domain for $611 for 13 clients. The link price for the first year will be $95.84, and the renewal price for the following year will be $38.46;

__Another example__. We have paid $2051 to buy a domain for 20 clients. The link price for the first year will then be $134.2, and the next year will cost $25.

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