More – Helping Out As Much As You Can

  • August 19, 2012

Fundraising can be a task that is quite difficult, which is why is here to assist you. If you would like to raise money for your school or organization, you should consider offering magazine subscriptions to the public. You do not have to worry about keeping an inventory or lugging heavy merchandise around.You can offer consumers a digital subscription, which means there is no paperwork that has to be filled out and they can complete all forms in the privacy of their own homes. There are more than 800 magazines available so there should be something available that will appeal to nearly everyone. For those people that are true magazine lovers, Aphearst offers packages of more than one magazine at a very low price. Sign up for an account so that you can get credit each time that someone you referred makes a purchase.

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Securing $139 Million In Funding – Well That’s

  • July 30, 2012

Champagne toasts and stiletto stomping is in order for super popular and ultra-chic fashion subscription site Why, you may ask? Well, the company just raised $78 million in C-Round funding–led by Rho Ventures–to bring its fabulous funding total to $139 million. It doesn’t hurt that the president and creative director is the fashion-branding and catwalk-dominating powerhouse Kimora Lee Simmons, and the co-founders are Myspace vets Adam Goldenberg and Don Ressler. But, I can see how the site is addicting for its millions of users.

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Fish On! Mystery Tackle Box Baits Anglers With Monthly Subscriptions

  • July 27, 2012

If I was fishing with Dad and the boat was sinking, and he had to choose between saving me and his tackle box… I’d like to think that I’d be rescued, but the grief I’d catch for playing a part in his lures turning into rusty treasures might not be worth keeping my lungs water-free. Then again, there’s a good chance the vessel damage would be related to the weight of his tackle box. It would be a blame draw.

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How To Keep The Customers Coming Back – The Subscription

  • May 2, 2012

You may remember Dad’s monthly excitement of receiving his Sports Illustrated, or Mom giggling away with the jokes in Reader’s Digest. Well the subscription had seemed to be just about out-of-date when online marketing saved it from getting lost. The format is a little different, now it isn’t the daily newspaper you might receive, but subscriptions for online companies and marketers is working, and working well.

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More – Run Subscription Programs

  • July 26, 2011

Member.lyThe last thing you need when you’re trying to get your company off the ground is to keep on adding people and people to your workforce. It’s not just that more people equal more money to be spent on wages, there are also some practical considerations at play. The more people you’re employing, the most difficult communication will be. And that’s not changing if you bring your best friend in. It’ll be another person to speak at meetings, and another person that’s going to answer to some (and to whom some will also have to answer to). No, the best thing is to try and keep everything as compact and self-contained as possible. And this new platform works like wonder in that sense. enables businesses to run their own subscription programs all by themselves, without having to resort to anybody else. The site lets users to get a subscription page together without needing to code a single thing, and to have billing automatically handled out for them.

That’s pretty spiffy in itself, but there’s even more to the service than that as users of are enabled to have labels automatically created, and even have a portal of its own built up for the handling of customer correspondence.

Something like is great not only for businesses that sell products such as wine and assorted edibles, but also for artists who want to show the world what they can do in a way that ensures they’re not over-saturating the market with more than people are interested in consuming. makes for having a firm understanding of the demand there is for anything before getting down to producing it. accounts themselves can be created at no cost. The company charges 5 % off each successful sale.

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More – Manage Online Subscriptions

  • March 23, 2011

SaaSy.comSaaSy is a management platform for software-as-a-service and Web 2.0 companies. SaaSy can take care of everything from handling payments and the delivery of goods to the activation of accounts and the satisfaction of customers. That is possible because unlike other platforms such as Chargify and Spreedly, SaaSy does not force you to get a merchant account of your very own through a separate payment gateway. Rather, SaaSy has a sister company that manages and processes payments named Fast Spring, and which has been around since 2005.

This translates into the fact that SaaSy is the merchant of record, and that all the payments are processed internally. This saves customers the hassle (not to mention the costs) of having to create a dedicated merchant account. And having everything centralized also means you no longer depend on a third party that might go down at any moment, rendering your store inoperable. That is the one nightmare for any merchant come true – becoming incapable of processing payments. And that is what a solution like SaaSy can successfully prevent.

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More – Letting You Market Your Videos Online

  • November 4, 2010

Videolla.comCan you imagine what would happen if you took YouTube, and then you crossed it with Netflix? Yes, that is right: you would be getting a platform for publishing paid premium videos. Just like Videolla. This site lets you upload any video that you have shot and then set down the pricing that will have to be paid by those who consume it.

Videos can be sold and resold, and uploaders can give punters the option to rent them as well. And subscription plans can also be made available.

The company itself is going to take care of distributing and streaming all your videos for you. It will also take care of the actual billing, so saying that once you have uploaded the video all you have to do is to sit back and wait for an income to be generated is not too much of an exaggeration. Monthly payouts are handled via PayPal, bank transfer or check.

You can register for a Videolla account in just one minute or two, and there are no signup fees to be paid.

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More – Like GroupOn For Software Applications

  • June 21, 2010

AppSumo.comIn a nutshell, AppSumo is one of these group buying websites that follow the pattern which was established by GoupOn not so long ago, only that there are two major differences to speak about here. The first is that the site will let you get only one thing: web applications.

Absolutely nothing else is featured on the site but applications of that nature.

The second big difference stems from the actual duration of the deal. Whereas GroupOn (and the vast majority of its imitators) feature deals that are advertised for nothing but a day, AppSumo lists its deals for much longer than that. As a matter of fact, deals on AppSumo run for as long as a week.

This gives you the possibility to research everything in a more relaxed way – remember, you are buying a subscription for a software application. You are not buying a hair drier or a fedora hat. If you go for any of the items featured on this site, you are going to set your hands on a piece of software that will have to complement the ones you have always used. That is not the kind of decision to be taken in three minutes, and being provided with the chance to analyze everything in fine detail is something that suits the nature of the products that are offered on the site perfectly.

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More – Managing Subscriptions Made Easy

  • January 27, 2010

Spreedly.comSelling subscriptions is not that hard, but the subsequent managing of them is. Not because it entails a lot of thought, but because it takes up a lot of time.

People cancel their subscriptions. People renew their subscriptions. People upgrade their subscriptions. It all translates into work for you, and not the kind of work that would keep you glued to your chair in glee.

Spreedly is a new service that aims to make life easier for everybody. Using it, subscribers can take care of the aforementioned operations in a centralized location whereas you can more or less sit it out and let it all go in autopilot.

Besides, Spreedly makes it quite easy to set up a free trial for your services. As you know, providing such an option is mandatory today. Even if people don’t plan to use it, they are under a bad impression if such an option is absent. They will think “Hmm, it is as if they were trying to hide something”.

As a result, this is one of the most harmless ways of handling an influx of subscribers. It will keep both sides reasonably satisfied – there are enough feature levels to cover the needs of most subscribers, and you (as the one hiring the service) must pay a flat monthly rate and a small amount/percentage for transaction. You can choose from many payment gateways, too.

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More – Making Subscriptions Manageable

  • December 4, 2009

Recurly.comRecurly is a tool which takes care of a very specific concern, namely handling subscription billing and every single aspect connected with it such as upgrades, downgrades and cancellations. Besides, refunds and declined payments can be smoothly dealt with through this subscription system, and you (as the user) will have the chance to send both receipts and past-due notices.

The actual integration of such a system seems a bit daunting at first because there are two different options: using an API or a set of hosted payment pages. In actuality, the implementation is not that tricky and once you realize that the two available options can actually be combined then it is all the more accessible.

There are three available plans for you to pick, and they go by the names of “Silver”, “Gold” and “Platinum”. No signup fees have to be paid. The only fees that you pay are the ones calculated as a percentage of the revenue that you actually transact. That is, you are charged for what you use.

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More – Manage Your Online Subscriptions

  • March 19, 2009

iLogon.comiLogon is an application for aggregating and managing online subscriptions. With iLogon users get single sign-on, consolidated billing, and discounts on subscription fees for premium content and service websites.

This company partners up with some of the best premium sites on the web, and offers these services to their users on iLogon.

This online resource has a great revenue model and is signing up new users now. iLogon is not just the next web 2.0 application to launch, get users, then figure out how to monetize it later. This company is starting with a revenue model in place, in a strong and growing market.

If you want to enjoy the best services when it comes to getting very accurate and detailed information about sports, health and fitness, as well as productivity, and entertainment, this is the online resource you should take a look at.

Users pay for the services they subscribe to via iLogon, and the company splits the revenues with its partners. It’s a proven model via the affiliate market that provides value to both the end user and partner that does not exist in the affiliate channel.

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