Returnloads.net is an online freight exchange in the UK. They connect haulage companies who have empty vehicles with businesses that need goods moved—helping to reduce costs along with the number of empty trucks traveling throughout the U.K.Continue Reading
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“A picture may speak a thousand words, but a good case study does the work of a thousand marketers!” ~ Anonymous
Recently, a customer of ours contacted us. His company, a digital marketing agency based in San Francisco, had been using Recurly since 2013. They liked our intuitive user interface, clear reporting and analytics, and how our subscription platform helps them to be more efficient and concentrate on growing their business instead of struggling with payments. As a matter of fact, this customer—Digital Reach—likes Recurly so much, they offered to do a case study on the benefits they get from using Recurly. We of course took them up on that offer as we love it when our customers want to toot our horn for us!Continue Reading
GatherContent was developed specifically to meet the content creation and workflow needs of today’s businesses. The platform helps companies create and manage content that’s both structured and portable—and then publish it to any CMS or platform. They launched in London in September 2012 and now have thousands of customers in over 130 countries managing millions of pieces of content.Continue Reading
Increasingly, a wide range of merchants are discovering how well a subscription model can work for their business, to increase revenue, encourage customer loyalty, gain market share and drive continued success.
One such company is FASTHockey, an over-the-top (OTT) provider of live webcasts and archives on-demand of hockey games—over 20,000 each year. A year-and-a-half ago, FASTHockey decided to transition from a Pay-Per-View revenue model to one based entirely on subscriptions.Continue Reading
It was a confluence of sorts. After spending two years in Tokyo as an exchange student, Bemmu Sepponen fell in love with the unique culture of Japan, which is both fashionable and eccentric. And he had always been intrigued by subscription-based services and their continuous revenue streams.Continue Reading