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It depends on a number of factors but I'd boil it down to two key things to start: 1) What is your real cost to provide a free plan or trial? 2) Who exactly is your customer and what are they used to paying and who and how do they pay today? When you say "online workforce marketplace" it sounds ...

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Very interesting concept - I could see how parents would certainly gravitate towards a feature like this. So, freemium apps, models, features are quite common of course and people have grown accustomed to most applications or platforms at least offering a trial period (as you do.) But, if you w...

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* What is the customer RoI? * How much do they save/earn per unit of use of your product/tool/service? * How many users do you have right now? * Are the free users likely to upgrade? * Are they needed to provide a different value (community, content, network, ...) to the paid users? * Are the f...

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Hello, I will provide you feedback but know that is generally frowned upon to use this platform where people come with real frustrations and hurdles and use it for advertisement. You website has a lot of flaw, granted is a landing page, and it could be greatly improved. Quora is great not only b...

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It really depends on whether this is ultimately a top-down or bottom-up approach and to what extent the end-user experience is compelling enough to act as a forcing function to enterprise adoption. A bottom-up distributed mobile app must be both viral and incredible engaging. Without proof that...

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First of all great job on the traffic, 20,000 DAUs is really good. I have a lot of experience in the mobile game industry, specifically in Word, Card, and Casual titles. My answer is based on that experience. I have a few ideas on how you can monetize your website. I will put them in order of w...

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Having done 10 startups operationally as head of sales and marketing and having researched why startups fail and succeed over 25+ years, I believe that it all depends on what you are trying to accomplish. Do you know who your target customer is? if so, do you know the problem you are solving fo...

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Some peopleare resistant to long-term subscription-fee items. Some things that are typically done in a subscription model are: 1) Provide a trial period (14-day or 30-day free trial) 2) Provide a discount for 3-month, 6-month, 1-year subscription commitments. Hire rate for monthly subscription...

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B2C apps typically use a freemium model to make money off of in-app purchases and ad revenue. You could also make a paid monthly subscription model work in several categories, such as Newsstand. The challenge is finding the balance between giving enough functionality away for free so that your ap...

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