It has been six months since Lineup Systems’ Amplio subscription management platform arrived on the media market with the aim of helping publishers quickly increase subscription revenue. In this
If you’re a regular reader, you’ll know that the team here at Lineup have been keeping a close eye on developments in the subscription space.
Earlier in the year, we published our own take on emerging 2021 subscription trends. This piece went some way to explaining why both publishers and advertisers must begin servicing the needs of content-hungry consumers with timely (and affordable) subscription packages. It’s a great place to start if you’re still unsure of the impact of subscriptions on the wider digital advertising landscape.
The subscription economy has continued to evolve in recent months, in part due to the introduction of Amplio, our game-changing subscription management software, to the wider market. But though the technology is now in place to support media companies in their quest to master the art of better understanding their audiences – and meeting their customers’ unique content needs – uncertainty still remains. Many organizations simply do not know how to implement the right systems, processes and practices to create a new revenue stream that’s both successful and sustainable.
Our latest whitepaper, ‘6-Step Roadmap to Optimizing Your Subscription Strategy’, is packed full of actionable advice to help publishers like you grow your subscription base whilst navigating the challenges of adopting a subscriptions model within your business.
Download "6-Step Roadmap to Optimizing Your Subscription Strategy" directly from our website to discover exactly how to take your subscriptions to the next level. You can also book a discovery call with a member of our team to find out how our innovative subscription management platform, Amplio, can help you leverage the power of today’s subscription-based economy with ease.
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