There are all ways to make money quickly or slowly with a website. We all want to get sleepy rich, but that's still pretty tough. If you want to try. We have already developed several applications that make(d) money (Monityzing).
July 03, 2023
Freemium business model (Freemium = Free + Premium)
The freemium business model allows users to use basic features of a software, game or service for free and then charge for "upgrades" to the basic package.
Examples – Google Drive, iCloud and Slack The idea is to provide users with a basic, functional and free version of your product or service.
Subscription Business Model
Subscription business models are based on the idea of selling a product or service to generate monthly or annual recurring subscription revenue.
Examples: Tinder, Netflix, Shopify, etc. This is the next step of the freemium business model, but only if a customer is interested in paying monthly for a product or is willing to use some premium features.
Marketplace Business Model
A marketplace is a platform (e-commerce site or mobile app) where products or services are sold to customers by third-party sellers.
Examples - Amazon, Fiverr, etc.
Aggregator business models
In the aggregator business model, the service is provided to customers under their own brand name.
Example: Uber, Airbnb, etc.
Pay-as-you-go business model
This is a pricing strategy where users pay based on their consumption. It is widely used by cloud computing companies.
Example: Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Amazon Web Service (AWS), etc.
Fee-for-service (FFS) business model
The FFS business model is based on charging customers a fixed and variable amount for each successful payment.
Example: Stripe, Paypal and PayU
EdTech Business Model
In the EdTech business model, you make money by selling content or teaching as a service to the end user.
Examples - Coursera, SkillShare, etc.
Lock-in business model
The 'lock-in' business model aims to create a barrier for customers to switch from your brand or offering to a competing offering.
Example: Apple, SAP, etc.
API Licensing Model
An API licensing model allows third parties to interact with your service through an API. Example: Twilio (SMS service)