What is flat rate pricing? Examples, definition, pros and cons
Flat-rate pricing means that you charge one set price for a service or product, but is it the most efficient way to price?
A carbonated colossus
In this episode of Recur Now, subscription fizz.
Drift CEO David Cancel on building a frictionless economy leveraging AI
Drift CEO David Cancel explains how we are currently living in a frictionless economy and how your company can evolve by following the Hypergrowth Curve.
$5B in revenue in three months
In this episode of Recur Now, we visit negotiation nation.
What is captive product pricing? Examples, definition & more
Captive product pricing (often referred to as captive pricing) is a great way for businesses to sell complementary goods in order to maximize revenue.
Driving insane brand equity
In this episode of Recur Now, the big wigs realize: Subscriber growth is where it's at.
Fixing the empathy gap with UserTesting's CMO, Michelle Huff
Companies are moving faster and faster, making it harder to connect with customers. Michelle Huff, CMO of UserTesting, has a few ideas on how to fix the empathy gap in SaaS.
The Rise of RevOps with Chargify's CRO, Scott White
We dive into the rise of RevOps with Chargify's CRO Scott White. His biggest driver are great customer outcomes and how they connect to revenue.
Don't be an ass
In this episode of Recur Now, we're teaching you how to be better at work.
What is economy pricing? Definition, examples, and expert opinions
Economy pricing has razor-thin margins, but is it a smart pricing strategy to employ when you sell in high volume? Our experts weigh in.
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