The subscription has become a staple way for businesses to grow, enabling them to generate recurring revenue, even during uncertain times, such as economic crises. In fact, the subscription economy has grown by more than 435% in the last 9 years
and this trend is expected to continue.
Netflix, HBO, Patreon, Apple TV… the list of services can go on and on. Before Covid pandemics, an average American consumer had 12 subscriptions
. Those could be, for example, four paid video streaming services, two paid music services, and three paid gaming services. After Covid has taken over our lives, the number of subscriptions has inevitably increased.
And that's become overwhelming.
With so much information, push-up notifications and emails around, people get tired and feel like they can't manage it all. Answer one simple question: "Are you sure you're using ALL the benefits of EVERY subscription?" Most likely, you don't feel like every service you waste your money on actually pays off.