4/25: is growth better in the Bay?
Is the West Coast really the best coast (for tech)? We have your answer in today's Subscription60.
4/24: could one comment be the downfall of Luminary?
We’re seeing the launch of Luminary in the podcast space fall short of support from Spotify and the New York Times. What’s up with that?
how do Bay Area companies compare to those outside it?
How do Bay area companies compare to those outside the bay area? To answer this question, we looked at the growth data from just over three thousand companies from all over the world.
4/23: personalized product tours: are you onboard?
Today we’re packing Instapage email designs and security tips from Codeship — and that’s just the first course.
Subscription60 weekly: April 15 to April 19
Welcome to your Subscription60 weekly. We’re glad to have you hanging with us, with the recurring revenue roundup of what’s been going down in the subscription space. Here, your highlights.
4/22: celebrating creativity with 6,354,110 designs
This Earth Day we have our head in the clouds with a CloudBees merger, plus an out-of-this-world Design Report courtesy of Avocode.
4/19: $20M enough to patch up your problems?
Feeling good this Friday? Today we learn about customer relations from some stellar women, plus a smarter way to advertise with Facebook Attribution.
4/18: is it the end of Hulu as we know it?
Subscriptionites, up top. We're covering changes to Hulu behind the scenes and on-screen, plus Walmart's foray into subscription fashion.
4/17: Apple pays to play with "Apple Arcade"
Welcome, all. Today's highlights: Apple pays to play with Arcade, plus we're turning traffic jams into leads.
Is all software going to $0?
Is all software going to $0? To answer this question, we looked at over 2 million customers and their preferences around features and willingness to pay.
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