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When it comes to setting up how your recurring revenue will be managed, the payment processing and billing management vendors you utilize, your internal payment operations, and your subscriber billing management, there is no ONE right set up or process. Some vendors support one part of the payment process while others support many. The right set up is what works for you and your business, and at the stage you are or are about to grow into. So, it’s imperative you understand the process, what your subscription business needs, and know the right questions to ask when selecting your payment partners. And, it’s even more imperative to stay current with best practices for managing your recurring payments for your business.

Here are some of our most popular & evergreen content focused on Subscription and Recurring Payments and Payment Processing:

Interested in on-demand training? Check out:

  • Subscription Fundamentals: PAYMENTS, with Melanie Stout. Learn about involuntary churn and the essentials of how recurring payments work, starting with basics and work through to sophisticated topics such as chargeback handling and KPI monitoring.
  • Subscription Show 2020 On-Demand with 77 sessions, including an entire track dedicated to optimizing subscription and recurring payments all focused to the latest subscription economy trends and intel to help you grow your business.

Check out all of our Payment Processing information below – both news and subscriber-only – organized by date:

Call for Speakers: Subscription Show 2019

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.

Weekly Subscription News: Phishing, Focus and Fury

Phishing scams, new focuses and fury dominate the subscription headlines this week: phishing hackers are targeting PayPal accounts, Politico has a new FDA-focused subscription that will cost as much as $75,000 a year, and angry HP customers take to Twitter to rant about HP demanding people sign up for monthly ink subscriptions. Also, Apple is looking at acquiring MGM, BBC will be making cuts as it shifts its focus to digital news, and Penguin Random House pulls certain titles from their unlimited-reading subscription service.

Weekly Subscription News: Content, Crunchyroll and QuickBooks

If your teams are already out of the NCAA tournament, we've got you covered with some riveting subscription headlines: Crunchyroll raises its monthly subscription price for the first time since its 2006 launch, and Pinterest files for an IPO.The New York Times and Washington Post pass on becoming part of Apple News. Also this week, Zuora adds five new patents for subscription services, Google starts a subscription lab for local publishers to develop paid content, and the new LA Times owner sets a goal of 5 million digital subscribers

6 Most-Read How-To Articles

How-to manage lapsed subscribers, how-to manage subscription customer service, how-to manage payments: these are just some of the how-to topics we covered in 2018. Here are the six most-read how-to articles from 2018.
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Subscription Insider is uniquely focused on the business of subscriptions.

Subscription Insider is uniquely focused on the business of subscriptions.
We deliver the information, training and research that subscription entrepreneurs, executives, and their teams need to support improved decision making, skills, and profitability.

Five on Friday: Magazines, Media and Management Changes

In this weeks Five on Friday, Hearst Magazines makes dozens of leadership and staffing changes, WarnerMedia announces it will launch a direct-to-consumer streaming video service by the end of next year, Squares CFO leaves to become CEO at social media platform Nextdoor, Facebook unveils its $200 video chat camera, and health news site Stat reaches out to big business for additional membership growth.
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Subscription Insider is uniquely focused on the business of subscriptions.

Subscription Insider is uniquely focused on the business of subscriptions.
We deliver the information, training and research that subscription entrepreneurs, executives, and their teams need to support improved decision making, skills, and profitability.

Weekly Subscription News: iPhones, Earnings and EA Access

This has been an amazing week as we held our first three-day Subscription Show. That didnt stop the subscription news world though. Here are some of the latest subscription headlines: Sprout Social files to go public, Apple hinted at a subscription-based iPhone, and Zuoras stock is lacking. Also in the news, EA games are returning to stream, NBC might offer Peacock free, and Netflix is getting into the podcasting business.

Update: Status of DC and VT Laws On Automatic Renewal

The laws pertaining to contracts that include automatic renewal are still unclear in Vermont and the District of Columbia. Lisa B. Dubrow, Esq. outlines what you need to understand and do now and prepare for them now.
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We deliver the information, training and research that subscription entrepreneurs, executives, and their teams need to support improved decision making, skills, and profitability.
Strategies for Revenue Protection and Growth during Crisis

Strategies for Revenue Protection and Growth During Crisis

Join our panel of executives from J.P. Morgan and BillingPlatform as they share critical insights and techniques that can be used to protect existing revenue streams as well as unlock new ones during times of crisis.
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We deliver the information, training and research that subscription entrepreneurs, executives, and their teams need to support improved decision making, skills, and profitability.
Subscription Show 2020 Q&A with CEO Kathy Greenler Sexton

Subscription Show 2020: Day #6 Highlights

In the final day of Subscription Show 2020, we talked about M&A, churn rates, onboarding, payment methods, choice & more.

New Study Shows Retention Equals Half of Subscription Revenue Growth

The Subscription Economy Index (SEI) by Zuora grabbed headlines by demonstrating subscription industry revenue is growing four times faster than the S&P 500. While this illustrates what we already knew within the subscription industry, there are a lot more revelations within the SEI report. Most notable is where the revenue growth is coming from. Robert Skrob, Subscription Insider Guide to Member Retention explains.
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