Launching a marketing campaign to support an existing or new subscription business, membership, or product? You don't need a big marketing budget to get started, but you do need to market smart. In this Subscription Marketing guide, we outline in detail the 12 steps every subscription marketer needs to understand to kick-start their marketing program and drive profitable revenue, even with a small budget or even little experience.
Learn subscription-specific payment trends that will eat into your profitability in 2019. The team at PLC, leading experts in "card-not-present recurring payments", will outline the key trends your business will need to stay on top of and the strategies you will need to implement in order to minimize their impact. What you will learn: Subscription payment trend data and impact on your profits from 2018. Understand how those trends translate moving forward in 2019. Tactics and best-practices subscription your business should employ to mitigate the negative impact on your profitability from these trends.
Gift subscriptions create a great opportunity for you to grow your membership and your recurring revenue. During the month of December, most subscription boxes will generate more gift subscription purchases than in the next 11 months combined. Its critical that you seize this revenue opportunity to meet and exceed your recurring revenue targets for 2018.
The subscription box industry is still growing, and publishers are shifting from an ad-revenue model to a new reliance on subscription. That makes this holiday season a prime time for customers to put gift subscriptions on their shopping lists.
A few years ago, House of Kaizen created an experiment that unlocked 4-million-dollar incremental revenue over a year for a subscription client. Since then, they have replicated this winning formula multiple times driving incremental growth for numerous clients. Mathilde Boyer shares the key principles to their winning formula that they apply to get there.
What do you call a market that has not yet served 65% of its potential customers? A market selling low-weight, easily shipped, relatively high-value merchandise? And that merchandise has broad appeal for everyone from Millennials to Seniors? The beauty box subscription market is ready for growth.
It is reported that a bill in the State of California, California SB 313, is deemed likely to pass. The law would require new rules for companies offering trials and recurring subscriptions and memberships. Lisa B. Dubrow, Esq., partner at Dubrow & Bhonslay and Subscription Insider Guide to Regulation and Compliance, explains.
Most subscription company owners and managers tell me theyve already built a new member onboarding program and it didnt improve their subscriber churn rate. Robert Skrob, our Subscription Insider Guide to Membership Retention, has a fix for that. He shares his copywriting formula for welcome campaigns that make big improvements on subscriber churn, sometimes cutting 30-day churn rates in half.
The subscription model that was once the sole province of book publishers and CD/DVD clubs has now gone mainstream. Marketers in all industry verticals are awakening to the potential of a subscription box offering. Jim Fosina, Subscription Insider Guide to Subscription Boxes, discusses these changes and eight key elements successful subscription box marketers focus on.
As reading becomes just one more thing you can do on your screen, new digital competition is pushing eBook, eNewspaper, and eMagazine brands in multiple directions. Prospects for revenue growth are not bright, and will not brighten unless publishers find ways not just to cope with technology challenges, but to transform them into strengths.
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