Mint Review - Cost and more
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How much would using Mint cost me, if I choose it?
If you choose to use Mint there is a small fee. The license fee will run you about 30 dollars in order to get the current version of Mint.
Subsequent updates will also come at a cost, though it should be less than the initial license fee. Of course, that could change as time goes on. All fee information is accurate at the time of the writing of this review.
Where can I get more information about Mint? What is the URL of the site where I can get Mint?
You can make contact with the folks over at Mint, or sign up on their site. The URL is http://www.haveamint.com. This site also has a link to the Peppermill site, and will allow you to download the Mint server suite that was mentioned above. You can also try a line demo of Mint for free.
Why should I choose Mint over Google Analytics?
The best case for Mint is the fact that you can customize it with Pepper and that the self hosting allows you maximum flexibility and control.
Now that you know more about the world of Mint, you can make an informed decision about whether or not this is the right kind of analytics tools for you.
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