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Considering a Subscription Model? Avoid These Rookie Mistakes | IndustryWeek

Considering a Subscription Model? Avoid These Rookie Mistakes | IndustryWeek

The subscription economy is taking business by storm. Entire industries have moved to subscription-based pricing, leaving behind some of the slow movers but also giving new life to companies that were struggling. Some talk about the end of ownership and the start of usership. It is a real revolution. Industrial companies have lately been getting […]

Pricing Needs to Reflect Who People Want to Be, Not Just What They Want | Harvard Business Review

Pricing Needs to Reflect Who People Want to Be, Not Just What They Want | Harvard Business Review

When are people willing to pay a super-high price premium for something? They do, for example, for vacation properties in just the right places, like Southampton, Carmel, or Aspen; for condos in famous buildings, like 432 Park Avenue or The Millennium Tower (even if the latter might be sinking into oblivion); for signature luxury fashion […]

Using a backtest to choose Dynamic Pricing software | Perfect Price

Using a backtest to choose Dynamic Pricing software | Perfect Price

Dynamic Pricing software takes data and turns it into actionable real-time prices. At Perfect Price, we’ve learned a lot about how executives assess and decide on using our software. We think this process could work well for evaluating any software that an enterprise is trusting to make decisions on its behalf. The problem As a […]

What you don’t know about Netflix’s price increase | Perfect Price

What you don’t know about Netflix’s price increase | Perfect Price

Netflix raised prices $2 yesterday, and as a direct result, their shares added 6.5%. As a CEO, CFO, or controlling shareholder, wouldn’t it be nice to do the same thing? Add $2 to prices and add $9.5 billion to your market capitalization? Move over Warren, I get the cover shot on Barron’s this month. Netflix […]

Research reveals huge lack of consistency in global pay-TV pricing | Rapid TV News

Research reveals huge lack of consistency in global pay-TV pricing | Rapid TV News

One size does not fit all in the global pay-TV industry, with research from Teligen, covering 115 providers in 31 OECD countries, showing significant price differences between countries and providers. The Strategy Analytics division’s new report, Pay TV Prices in OECD Countries, November 2016, not only revealed significant differences in package prices between providers in […]

Blog: Customer Segmentation in the Wireless Market | Strategic Pricing Solutions

Blog: Customer Segmentation in the Wireless Market | Strategic Pricing Solutions

For years cell phone service came with 2-year contracts and included a discount on a new telephone.  In the past year, however, T-Mobile started a trend of unbundling the purchase of the phone from purchase of talk, text, and data services.  Now all of the major carriers have moved to the unbundled model, with prices […]

Paper: Rising Prices under Declining Preferences – The Case of the U.S. Print Newspaper Industry | Marketing Science Institute

Paper: Rising Prices under Declining Preferences – The Case of the U.S. Print Newspaper Industry | Marketing Science Institute

Adithya Pattabhiramaiah, S. Sriram, and Shrihari Sridhar focus on the U.S. print newspaper industry, a quintessential two-sided market, to study how major changes in advertising demand influences prices to readers and advertisers. Online media present major challenges to traditional advertising-supported markets such as print newspapers. Between 2006 and 2011, daily print newspapers lost 20% of […]