The Subscription Churn Primer: How to Maintain a Healthy Renewal Rate

Our tried-and-true tips for minimizing your churn

If you're spending a large amount of time and money to acquire new customers, do renewals really matter? They do, and it's a matter of your profitability. Thats because theres a good chance that you're spending quite a bit of money to acquire every new subscriber. In general, the average subscription business pays about what the first term of service would be in order to acquire that new subscriber. The baseline cost for a renewed subscriber, on the other hand, is just the cost of credit card processing. Renewed accounts are as close to pure profitability as you can get, so it will positively affect your subscription business to have as many renewed accounts as possible. Here are some tried-and-true tips to help you maintain a healthy level of renewals, and limit your subscriber churn.
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