Episode #1061
Freemium VS Free Trial Which One Should You Offer?
June 27, 2019

In episode 1061, we discuss freemium vs. free trial services. Tune in to hear which one you should offer.

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:27] Today’s Topic: Freemium VS Free Trial Which One Should You Offer?
  • [00:45] Freemium allows you to use the product for free with locked features.
  • [01:30] Hubspot switched from a free trial to freemium.
  • [02:00] Typically, trials give you access to all features, but for a limited time.
  • [03:00] Spotify is a good example of freemium.
  • [03:20] It comes with ads, but if you love it, you can pay for more features and no ads.
  • [04:45] Freemium is a good way to generate more traffic.
  • [06:18] Only 2-3% of freemium users convert.
  • [06:34] That’s it for today!
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