by michal-frackowiak on 27 Nov 2015 07:59

This very day you have been probably already hit with emails detailing promotions, deals and ultimate price reductions for stuff (someone thinks) you might want. It's Black Friday again. Some love it, some hate it, but the fact is you can save a lot if you shop smart.


This year we keep it simple — no lengthy blog posts, just facts — upgrade your account to any of our Pro plans or prolong your current plan at 50% off the regular price.

No small-print, no catches, no extra requirements. Moreover, if you upgrade now and after a while conclude it's not-as-cool-as-advertized — remember we have the 30-day full-refund policy.

To upgrade check out the Pricing page and go directly to the Upgrade panel.

by michal-frackowiak on 21 Oct 2015 20:45

A while ago we silently pushed a number of new features to the Wikidot engine that allow you to create even more advanced constructs! They were first tested by some of our users (thanks!) and now they are ready be announced. Here they are!

by michal-frackowiak on 09 Jun 2015 15:59

Good news for you if your wiki uses a custom domain and you want to protect it by HTTPS. We can now install your SSL certificate without extra charges.


by michal-frackowiak on 31 Mar 2015 11:00

It was a great weekend in Olsztyn. I have been mentoring at Startup Weekend for the second time, this time Olsztyn.


What I particularly like about such events is that they are beneficial not only for participants who end up with experience gains, new connections and (hopefully) great time spent but also for everyone involved. During the three days I met awesome people, possibly started a fruitful cooperation, had a chance to see old friends. It's a win-win for everyone.


by michal-frackowiak on 08 Jan 2015 13:17

Due to a change in VAT ruling in European Union (MOSS — Mini One Stop Shop) we are obliged to introduce changes in our payment system. Starting 1 Jan the VAT rate for all digital services (including Wikidot Pro accounts) is based on the location of the EU consumer — the country in which the consumer is ordinarily resident. As a consequence we need to apply different VAT rates, ranging from 15% up to 27%, based on the location of a subscriber.


Despite the new ruling we are keeping things simple. We decided to keep the gross prices same for everyone in EU, regardless of their country of residence. No changes here. Behind the scenes, we apply VAT rates for your country and alter the base net price.

by michal-frackowiak on 01 Jan 2015 16:18

On behalf of the Wikidot Team I would like to wish all of you all best in 2015. May you wikis be full of great content, gather devoted communities and be awesome!


Thanks for the 2014 — the year that was a bit difficult for us. Thank you for your activity on community sites and helping us run unique wiki-related services! But I am always most thankful for each wiki you have built on Wikidot! (except for spammers, sorry.)

We are looking at 2015 to do some great things. We will definitely do our best to keep Wikidot a top wiki platform in 2015!