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How to Use Data to Stem the Tide of High Churn

Sophisticated subscription models employ deep analytics to navigate the difference between profit and loss.

Georg Richter

Twitter Is Thinking About Paid Subscriptions

The focus would be on providing a premium version of Tweetdeck aimed at professionals and offering extra insight without any adverts.

Matthew Humphries

How to Improve Your Subscription Business Churn Rate

Offering incentives and following up with canceled clients can significantly increase your active subscriptions.

James Parsons

How to Market Your SaaS Business

Here are 5 strategies to pursue, starting with 'Marketing 101': creating a solution your target customer needs.

Thomas Smale

What Failure Taught the Founders of One Subscription Startup

Every flop is worthwhile. Here, how a dead-end subscription startup shaped its founders.

Birchbox Is Redefining the Future of Retail in More Ways Than One

This innovative subscription service demonstrates a different mode of company-building and leadership with an inventive female CEO at the helm.

Andrew Yang

Which Has the Brighter Future, Apple or Amazon Web Services?

There is a limit to the number of things you can manufacture, move and sell. Cloud services don't have those limits.

Tien Tzuo

There's Now a Startup to Help You Cancel All Those Subscriptions

When this entrepreneur discovered he'd been paying a monthly subscription fee to an airplane Wi-Fi provider for months, he was so annoyed that he started a company.

Erin Griffith

5 Reasons Why Building a Subscription Into Your Business Is a Winning Strategy

Want to get off the cashflow rollercoaster? Here's the golden ticket.

Geeta Nadkarni

Attract Investors Using a Subscription Model

Would switching to a subscription model work for you? If yes, jump at the chance and do it right.

Peter Figueredo

Should You Offer Premium Content, or No? The Publisher of 'Foundr' Weighs in.

Nathan Chan has been running his magazine on a paid subscription model. Now that may change.

Eric Siu

The Year Netflix Almost Died

By listening to its customers, Netflix has bounced back from a disastrous business move in 2011.

Tien Tzuo