Offering a subscription trial is often the most debated and discussed topic for subscription businesses. No matter how much experience your team has, the best course of action is to begin with a well-informed plan based on your answers to the questions here.
At Subscription Show 2019, we'll show you the latest on subscription-centric strategy, recurring payments, acquisition, retention, analytics and subscription technology. Get the industry connections you need, and actional information you can put into action, to grow your recurring revenue, membership or subscription business. Get the list of why you should attend here.
While the new CA privacy law, California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is still being amended with AG regulations yet to come, here are some highlights to take into consideration now which are likely to remain as is. Subscription Insider reviews how to assess and understand CCPA impact on your business and outlines six steps to prepare your business now to get ready for this new privacy regulation.
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.
This was a big week for subscription companies with news that Mastercard is waffling on its policy for auto-renewals, Sony is being fined 2 million euros for misleading customers about the PS Plus subscription and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella hints that Microsoft 365 may offer a consumer subscription. Also, Plex considers a subscription streaming service, Jeep explores subscriptions and car sharing, and Golf gets a new look and a boost in ad sales.
Here is a number to marvel over: $2.3 trillion. Thats the size the subscription revenue marketplace will be in 2020 if economic forecasters are to be believed. Thats up half a trillion dollars from today. Where will this growth emerge, you may ask? And, how can my business capture its share?
How do you minimize the financial impact of subscriber complaints, refund requests, and chargebacks while keeping your subscribers happy? In this briefing, we will answer that question and also explore: What is Friendly Fraud? How Do Chargebacks Impact Your Subscription Business?What Is Best Practice For Managing? What are the New Rules for Managing?With a recurring revenue business (especially with card-not-present transactions for monthly and annual subscriptions) getting complaints, refund requests, and chargeback is part of what you need to manage.
Another streaming video subscription service has been struck down. Last week, AT&T-owned WarnerMedia announced that it will shut down FilmStruck in the U.S. and abroad on November 29, 2018. The service has already stopped accepting new subscriptions for the service. Turner Classic Movies launched the over-the-top TV subscription service in late 2016, featuring a rotating selection of more than 1,800 independent, art-house and international films like "A Hard Day's Night," "A Room with a View" and the original "Mad Max." Earlier this year, Warner Bros. added classic films to the list.
Apple is pushing hard toward subscriptions both in its app store and with its latest cloud and hardware offerings. But the personal computer giant is not blazing a trail with software as a service for consumers: Microsoft and Adobe got there first.
Looking to transition your products or services from perpetual licenses, or one-off purchases, to a recurring revenue model? In this on-demandwebinar, we outline successful strategies and tactics to help your software business transform into a recurring revenue machine.