I really like this idea. It's like the best of a subscription and paid upgrade model and it works well for both the developers and the customer. If you are getting lots of use out of the app, you pay for the extra features. If you wane a bit and don't find yourself using it for a while, skip a year but still retain access to the app and its data. It's good. The name 'Cash Cow' though? No, it needs a new name. 🤔
I've also been helping to beta test Agenda and the app itself is great. It's become part of my daily workflow which is always a good sign! It's also a sign that I have to attend too many meetings... 😬 I must fix that!
Non standard business models, as far as the eye can see. This time it's Jacob Eiting talking about patronage. I almost dismissed this article as I skimmed it because of the stock photograph of a smiling woman, but I promise it's worth a read! 👍