Last time, I talked about why it’s a good idea to create subscription services. It’s a good revenue stream, and it can also make products more affordable for customers. But there’s an added aspect of subscription services that you shouldn’t do without – and that’s giving customers the choice to cancel anytime.
You may have noticed it with many cloud-based services today. They ask you to pay some amount monthly or annually. Also, it’s billed automatically at a specific date of every month or a specific month of every year. These so-called subscription services are becoming increasingly popular, and nearly everyone is following suit: Adobe with their Creative Cloud, Dropbox, Slack, Hootsuite, and many others.
This weekend’s Author’s Picks will focus on some of the inner workings of your UK small business. Today, we’ll discuss creating your product. No, not manufacturing, but what goes on before that. Read more
So you have a unique idea. An idea that you think will make millions for your UK home business. The question now is, “Will the product be successful?” Can you just go ahead with creating a product straightaway, and expect the money to pour in afterwards? Read more
Welcome to another Wednesday Infographic! Today’s topic covers five quick tips on creating a product for your UK home business.
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Entrepreneur and Business Development Coach · Barcelona, Spain Several businesses including management consulting, social media, online businesses, property investments, passive income creation and second income creation.
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