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6 Types of Ecommerce Business Models

The Daily Egg

The post 6 Types of Ecommerce Business Models appeared first on The Daily Egg. You can get almost anything online—from clothes and shoes to food and cars. But even though people shop in similar ways, ecommerce.

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Sequencing Business Models: The Types of Marketplaces

Casey Accidental

This is part two of a three part series on sequencing business models. Casey’s first sequencing business models essay talked about the transition from a SaaS business model to marketplace business model, and why it’s so difficult. This essay is a collaboration with Gilad Horev. We’re not sure.


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Ticketmaster: The Business Model Part of the Story

Software Platform Consulting

I love a story about how a company dominated its industry primarily by changing its business model. The Prior Business Model: Ticketron. Ticketron’s business model was to install ticket dispensing kiosks at retail locations in cities. The New Business Model: Ticketmaster. Ironic, huh?).

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Mastering the Enterprise SaaS Business Model


Imagine owning a business with high-profit margins, monthly reoccurring revenue, and the ability to expand rapidly—sounds like a dream, right? The post Mastering the Enterprise SaaS Business Model appeared first on Chargify. Some of the greatest companies.

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Zeroing in on Cloud Technical Risk for Targeted Customer Impact

The best proof of the power of cloud tools and business models? Yet keeping all the moving parts of cloud running right – especially in a fast-moving, competitive market – can cause conflict between technical and business objectives. Keeping your customers confident and loyal.

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SaaS “Industry-Centric” Business Models


“Industry-Centric” SaaS business models offer an alternative SaaS company categorization to the “Customer-Centric” SaaS model, which is defined based on the “go-to-market” strategy used by a management team. When SaaS business models originated, the most successful venture-backed startups used a horizontal model.

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How pricing strategy helps shape your entire business model

Intercom, Inc.

The SaaS industry is constantly evolving, and for many companies in the space, that means having to evolve their business model. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean a “pivot”, but more often the evolution is a shifting business model as the company scales and the user base grows and changes. Gaining new customers.

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The Ultimate Guide to Customer Success in SaaS

The SaaS business model, which runs on recurring revenue, needs Customer Success to survive. As such, people are looking for answers on how to nail their Customer Success initiatives. Whether you’re finding yourself asking “what is Customer Success?” or you’re a seasoned practitioner, this resource is for you.

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Research Report: The State of Community Management

This year marks their 11th Edition, which shows that, among other things, that the industry has made considerable progress in translating the generative business model of communities into financial benchmarks.