sheetsee.js is great for visualizing data in these spreadsheets too (can make a graph on a website from data in a google spreadsheet in a few lines) https://github.com/jlord/sheetsee.js
I almost closed the page at that stage because $1 per page scraped seemed very greedy, and it wasn't until I saw the Expert plan with it's "1 million" that I realised that 10.000 = ten thousand.
Maybe use the SI convention of spaces: 10 000.
Apologies in advance for unsolicited feedback, but I think you could benefit a lot on the revenue side if you played around with pricing. I've done a lot of scraping stuff in the financial services world, and this would definitely be worth more than $199 per month for them if it can help them get an information edge.
Patio11 writes some great stuff about pricing here https://www.kalzumeus.com/2012/08/13/doubling-saas-revenue/
Actually asked bellow specifically for feedback, so exactly what I wanted to hear. Agree, the pricing is probably really something that still has to get improved. This is currently the first iteration in which I did mainly orient on competitors and my costs. Hope once I have some more users and get more feedback I can improve on that. Also thanks for the link! Gonna read that later.
Looks like that now with my Add-On Google Sheets can finally do the same what MS Excel apparently could since 2007.
edit: except missing the scraper part haha