Understanding COVID-19’s Impact on Fraud: Q&A with Monica Eaton-Cardone, Chief Operating Officer and Co-Founder of Chargebacks911
We are going through an unprecedented time with the COVID-19. It has affected so much more than our health, including how we work, study, play, eat and shop. It has also had a huge impact on our economy, including everything from our favorite restaurants and retailers to subscription companies and payment processors. As merchants and […]
We are the end of the second month of quarantine, and cities and states are starting to gradually open up. At the...
Working at home by choice is a wonderful thing. Working at home when you are not allowed to go into the office is a bit more challenging, especially when you are doing so with spouses, kids, roommates, partners and pets in tow. How do you find balance and sanity among the chaos and uncertainty? How […]
Five on Friday, April 17, 2020: Zuora shares subscription industry report, App Store has 32 more malicious apps, and AMC Theatres is considering bankruptcy.
With the majority of states and millions of businesses shutting down with stay-at-home orders, the country is in a downward spiral economically. In an attempt to help companies, workers and families, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act with bipartisan support. The CARES Act was signed into law by President Donald […]
Five on Friday, April 3, 2020: video subscriptions, coronavirus ad-blocking, monetizing livestreams.
Five on Friday, Mar. 27, 2020: subscription sharing, consumer privacy compliance extension and ESPN.
Five on Friday, Mar. 13, 2020: publishers bring down paywalls for coronavirus, Seattle Magazine returns to local ownership and five ways to use lead magnets.
This week Super Tuesday, tornadoes and the coronavirus dominated headlines, all of which impacted subscriptions in some way, whether through news coverage or an impact on news advertising. In Five on Friday, we share The New York Times' belief that panic and uncertainty about the coronavirus will impact its digital ad sales. We've also got features on Walmart's bid to compete with Amazon Prime with its own delivery service, Rent the Runway's new "2 Swap" subscription tier, customer retention strategies to try now, and top subscription jobs.
Happy Leap Year, everyone! While it isn't like a three-day weekend, it only comes around once every four years and is an extra day in February. We'll spend it planning next week's subscription news content and upcoming webinars and events. In the meantime, here's what's happening this week. Comcast agrees to buy ad-supported streaming service, Xumo, and Salesforce acquires unicorn Vlocity. A new RII study shows music subscription revenue is increasing, Social Media Today offers tweeting tips to maximize your subscription company's exposure, and What's New in Publishing shares digital subscription trends for publishers.