While credit cards are popular, real-time and alternative payments are the wave of the future. Subscription companies that adopt real-time payments will improve revenues, reduce payment churn, and burdensome payment processes.
Gumroad launches monthly memberships, developers can now use subscription codes in their apps on Apple, and YouTube launches audio ads.
Skift, a business intelligence company for the travel industry, adopts a subscription-first strategy to get it through the pandemic and beyond.
New York Times hits milestone with 7 million subscribers. Also digital-only subscription revenue exceeds print revenue for the first time.
Quartz is up for sale, Apple said "no, thank you" to Quibi, and GoPro and Bloomberg Media are focused on subscriber growth.
In the final day of Subscription Show 2020, we talked about M&A, churn rates, onboarding, payment methods, choice & more.
Day #5 of Subscription Show 2020 included a VIP session with author Robbie Kellman Baxter, keynote Anne Janzer, sessions, networking & more.
Highlights from Day 2 of Subscription 2020 include an exclusive VIP Q&A with Geoff Colvin, keynote with Skift, sessions, coaching and more.
Day 1 of Subscription Show 2020 is in the books, complete with keynotes, sessions, networking, coaching and more. Here are highlights.
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