PayPal customers can use platform to raise 20K, BuzzFeed will buy HuffPost, and Kahoot is launching an educational game subscription service.
The pandemic has changed virtually everything about our lives. Here are 10 ways subscription companies have survived and thrived.
Understand how your organization can adopt new effective retention strategies and tactics. Determine what’s next for your subscription business and how you succeed during COVID-19 and after. Listen to the fireside chat with Michael Daley, Global VP Solution Evangelist at Vindicia, and Rajeev Raman, CEO of Redfast.
In its Q1 FY21 earnings release, Microsoft reported total revenue of $37.2B, a 12% increase and net income of $15.9B, a 25% increase.
At Zoomtopia, Zoom announced the launch of OnZoom, a new online platform that allows paid Zoom users the ability to monetize events.
TIME magazine announced the launch of TIME for Kids, a new digital subscription that provides age-appropriate news for grades K-6.
Day 1 of Subscription Show 2020 is in the books, complete with keynotes, sessions, networking, coaching and more. Here are highlights.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt is restructuring the company, which includes laying off 525 and focusing on recurring subscription revenue.
Subscription Show 2020 starts October 5. Here Subscription Insider and Authority Media CEO Kathy Greenler Sexton shares a preview.
The dawn of the stay-at-home economy: Subscriptions are driving growth, but need flexibility to thrive
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected and disrupted life on so many different levels. One of these defining impacts is the call to stay at home, avoid large crowds and socially distance whenever possible. With Americans stuck indoors, they've been craving solutions to keep occupied. Subscription business models—a force before the pandemic—have thrived in the aftermath.