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Americans are more willing than ever to pay for online news.
The most interesting part of this year’s Mobile World Congress was the promise of 5G internet speeds.
Video game subscriptions are the becoming the new normal.
Nonprofits use language that makes their donors feel integral to operations. Subscription businesses can do the same.
Prophets of doom envisioned catastrophic Y2K scenarios ranging from a banking collapse to nuclear reactors going haywire. Is the same true for the new FASB/IASB revenue recognition accounting standards?
The prophets of doom are enjoying a payday with the new FASB and IASB revenue recognition standards. However, a new white paper argues that the regulations will not necessarily force all companies to undergo dramatic change.
Media outlets have started recommending subscriptions in addition to or in lieu of traditional products, providing benefits for both parties.
Subscription services shouldn’t overlook the importance of excellent customer service. The right strategy re-engages subscribers, prevents churn and can even lead to better product solutions.
New accounting guidelines set by the FASB and IASB will change the way subscription businesses recognize revenue. Implementing the new guidelines will require changes in accounting processes, policies and systems.