Subscription Insider announced today its Call for Speakers for Subscription Show 2019. Subscription Show 2019, an industry conference focused on the business of subscriptions, will be hosted at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, MA, Nov. 4-6, 2019. Subscription Insider will be accepting speaker proposals through February 1, 2019.
Psychotherapy.net Garners Seven Figures with Innovative Video Streaming for Professional Development
Nineteen years ago, psychotherapist Dr. Victor Yalom had a vision to capture the teachings of his mentor Dr. James Bugental on video for training purposes. That vision has turned into a seven-figure online subscription business that offers education and training to clinical psychotherapists across the country.
Founded in 1995, Angie's List built slowly but surely until hitting critical mass as a nationally known brand and landing $60 million in venture funding in 2008. The site has multiple revenue streams (we counted at least eight, the majority from vendors--not consumers), most of them recurring.
See how the stock-photo subscription site Fotolia, which is aimed a design professionals and corporate users, launched a whole new subscription brand to target a new audience of small businesses and nonprofits. Business Development Manager Leo Tran tells Insider how they simplified pricing and licensing for small business, and how they're upselling large prospects to the parent-site's branded service
Day 1 of Subscription Show 2020 is in the books, complete with keynotes, sessions, networking, coaching and more. Here are highlights.
Since its launch in March 2009, Ann Farrell's executive coaching membership site has made money for her, indeed, but she mainly uses it to nurture leads for offline coaching services. Most of her six-digit income comes from offline coaching gigs at corporations.
In this case study, Founder and Editor of RFID Journal, Mark Roberti, discusses how he played to his strength by creating a cornucopia of content around radio frequency identification (RFID) and then made more money by hosting industry-specific events. This is a great read for anyone interested in hybrid business models and managing multiple revenue streams. Of particular note is the journal's ability to convince 25% of its paying members to commit to a three-year subscription through the strength of its content, as well as the different options they offer advertisers.
Launched in 2006, Sustainable Food News jumped on an emerging food-industry trend to create a premium daily news service that covers sustainable, organic, natural, and fair-trade products. See how the team compiles up to 15 stories a day, and why Publisher Dan McGovern's heavy trade-show travel schedule has been crucial for site growth.
Politico Pro is proving that politics-oriented publications can flourish behind a subscription-based business model. With a large editorial team covering 14 public policy verticals, quality journalism and attention to detail has driven their growth into a successful subscription public policy news outlet in just three short years. Learn how subscribers are paying thousands of dollars for the convenience of email updates. Plus, find out how the site is getting a 96% retention rate and optimizing email for engagement via smartphones!
How SmartCredit Uses Partnerships, Savvy Direct Marketing and Unique Services to Stand Out from Competitors
Ethan Taub, CMO of SmartCredit, describes how his site is thriving in the competitive consumer credit reporting/monitoring market thanks to co-branded partnerships and better direct marketing. Includes must-copy tactics for B2C subscription sites, such as thank-you page offers.