When it comes to choosing a subscription management platform for your company, there are many options. Choosing the right technology can be a daunting task. Make the right decision and you are a hero. Make the wrong decision and you are faced with higher costs, mismatched features, or worse. Did you know that when buying technology for your business, 35-50% of the sales go to the vendor who responds first? Crazy? For companies that bought in this manner, they typically experience a 50% greater rate of REGRET about their purchase than companies who used a more thoughtful process
In this on-demand seminar, learn the key questions to ask potential vendors, and your team, when selecting the best subscription platform for your business. Kevin Novak, CEO of 2040 Digital and subscription technology expert and Kathy Greenler Sexton, Publisher of Subscription Insider will discuss: The subscription technology landscape, how to self-assess what your company needs, understanding budget and total cost of ownership, and mapping your budget and team to the best platform for your company.
Before you can generate new subscribers you've got to implement systems to stop your members from quitting. This on-demand seminar is focused on delivering actionable tactics to reduce subscriber churn and increase member lifetime value. Robert Skrob, our Insider Guide to Membership Retention, will walk you through 14 tactics to improve your subscriber and member retention. With all that Robert will discuss, there will be at least one strategy revealed that could be a quick, easy win for you, which could improve your renewal rate within two weeks or less.
Learn how to maximize SaaS and software retention rates. During this on-demand seminar, Adriana Iordan—expert in global eCommerce and payments and Chief Product Officer at Avangate—will teach attendees why SaaS subscription businesses face unique customer retention challenges and how to handle them. This session includes benchmark data, best practice tactics, and three separate case studies to help you learn how to overcome the unique challenges SaaS recurring businesses face.
Revenue signals go way beyond renewal and churn KPIs. In order to maximize potential revenue, you need to get under the hood of your subscription product or service to understand revenue-related data. These “revenue signals” are in your billing, product, and customer data and they show where your subscription business is at risk for lower revenue or where you losing potential revenue opportunities. In this on-demand seminar, you will learn what to look at in your own data and analytics, what learnings you can glean from each revenue signal, what actions your subscription business should think about taking, and most importantly, the revenue impact of acting or not acting on each signal.
Have you seen a rise in declines or a rise in chargebacks or fraud? Are your renewals taking longer to successfully process? Do you understand why? Paul Larsen, Subscription Insider Guide to Payment Processing, leading expert in card-not-present recurring payments, and Managing Partner of the Paul Larsen Group, in this on-demand version of our January 2017 online seminar, will outline key payment processing trends every subscription company should be aware of, and be on top of, for 2017.
Understand state, Federal, and credit card regulations that cover subscription promotional and trial offers as well as auto-renewal practices. This one-hour on-demand training session features Lisa B. Dubrow, Esq., Subscription Insider's Guide to Regulation and Compliance and one of America's leading attorneys specializing in helping paid subscription businesses, membership organizations, and continuity clubs understand how the law impacts their business on a practical level. …
Social media marketing is an increasingly important part of the marketing mix, do you (or your team) understand the potential pitfalls that could have a significant and negative impact on your company? In this on-demand training session, understand the legal issues involved with real-time marketing and how to successfully navigate them.
In this on-demand version of "Five Payment-Processing Challenges in 2016: How to Reduce Their Impact and Keep More of Your Recurring Revenue" you'll get details on the five biggest subscription payment-processing challenges and the and best practices you can use to mitigate the negative impact these trends could have on your bottom line.
Nurturing a brand requires visionary leadership and tactical discipline. The challenge increases exponentially when we bring new businesses into the fold. What are the most important elements of rebranding? How do you avoid confusing the subscribers of both existing and acquired brands and meet the goals set when you acquired the company in the first place?
During this On-Demand webinar, Subscription Insider CEO Kathy Greenler Sexton and product development expert Diane Pierson provide insights from their own acquisition-rebranding experiences
Want to turbo charge your membership business? Robbie Kellman Baxter, author of The Membership Economy, walks us through what membership-focused organizations can learn from other business models and teaches us how to leverage and apply ideas to our own membership & subscription businesses in the on-demand webinar.
In 2013 and 2014, more than 30% of all credit cards in the US were reissued due to fraud and major merchant customer databases being compromised (e.g. Target, Home Depot, Anthem and others). As a Card-Not-Present (CNP) merchant, we are sure you have been working hard to mitigate churn in your customers due to this. It's a big issue! Think updating 30% of your cards on file is a challenge? Think again, the biggest disruption is right here, right now. In this on-demand webinar, Paul Larsen, Founder and Managing Partner of PLC and our INSIDER Guide to Payment Processing, discusses why the “Chip” Credit Cards will completely upend your Card-not-presence business – and how your business needs to prepare for these changes.
To understand your retention opportunities and trends, you need to have a simple way to track attrition patterns. But you also need a methodology which accommodates different billing periods and the fact that some customers pay for only part of a term and then cancel. Part of our four-part INSIDE Metrics series on measuring subscription retention, this on-demand tutorial outlines the basic concepts in the series and specifically, train viewers on using the detailed Excel spreadsheet in Part III of our INSIDE Metrics: Retention series.
Databases (and directories) are a special challenge from a subscription standpoint. If you are selling (or considering selling) a subscription to a database or directory, listen and learn from Russell Perkins, noted expert on monetizing data, will outline the top tactics for selling subscription data products.
Did you know email marketing is the #1 acquisition tactic for subscription and membership sites? Is your subscription business using the latest email marketing tactics and achieving best-of-breed results compared to your peers? Learn from Minal Bopaiah in this 25-minute on-demand webinar as she walks through lessons learned from our Email Marketing Benchmark Report for Subscription Sites. Minal will explain why email is still a digital publication's best friend and how to optimize campaigns and lists for maximum effect.
Have you started working with marketing partners to help drive traffic and/or revenue to your business? If not, you are leaving money on the table! Even if you are a small shop, marketing partnerships can make a big difference for your business. Diane Pierson will outline the basics of marketing partnerships. Diane will draw on her experience helping top publishers expand their subscriber bases by working with other publishers. In this one hour webinar - we will cover: What is Co-marketing?, What types of partnerships should you consider?, Examples and case studies of different types of marketing partnerships, How do you start a partnership program?, Who is your target as a marketing partner and why?, What is the right way and the wrong way to do a marketing partnership, including sharing email lists!