Danny Wong — February 16, 2017 Follow @dannywong1190— February 16, 2017 This year, many business leaders have predicted that we will see a rise in adoption of the freemium business model and the sale of small-budget, short-term solutions. These will also be given priority over more traditional sales models. Currently, it is estimated that half … Continue reading Trials, Tests, and Rents: Should Your Company Be Offering More Short-Term Solutions?
by Karlene Lukovitz, Staff Writer @KLmarketdaily, January 6, 2017 Media investment teams have been grappling with Facebook, Google and other formidable walled-garden platforms in the digital arena for some years now. But while familiarity and experience have made this easier in some respects, challenges and frustrations continue. And now, increasingly, walled gardens are also … Continue reading The Trials And Rewards Of Navigating Walled Gardens
Emma O’NeilApril 18, 2015 If the sign-up rate for your product’s free trial is high, then you’re doing something right. It’s a great sign if people are willing to take time and give up some information to try out your software for a few weeks. But are they really trying it? Are they making full … Continue reading 5 Onboarding Techniques to Convert Trials into Paying Customers
Amanda Saunders December 13, 2014 A recent study shows 67% of SaaS companies receive some percentage of their new customers through free trials. If your company offers free trials or a freemium model, it’s important for you to find ways to increase trial conversion rates in order impact new customer acquisition. While it’s widely … Continue reading Trials and Tribulations: 4 Best Practices for Increasing Trial Conversions