SUPER GUIDE: Revenue Models
The Super Guide about Revenue Models is an important material about how companies can maximize profits through revenue modeling.
Table of Content
Here’s the content you’ll find in this guide
- What is Revenue Model?
- Business Model vs Revenue Model vs Revenue Stream
- Symmetrical vs. Asymmetrical business models
- Who pays the bill?
- Asymmetrical: users ≠ customers
- Symmetrical: users = customers 5
- Revenue Scale: does the platform retain its margins as it scales?
- Symmetrical and Linear: margins tighten as the platform scales
- Asymmetrical and Non-linear: margins keep growing as the platform scales
- Why is Revenue Modeling Important in Business?
- Types of Revenue Models
- Ad-supported Revenue Model
- Licensing Revenue Model
- Affiliate Revenue Model
- White-labeling Revenue Model
- Freemium Revenue Model
- Subscription-based Revenue Model
- Consumption-based Revenue Model
- Brokerage (Commission-based) Revenue Model
- Hidden Revenue Model
- Razor and blade Revenue Model
- Donation Revenue Model
- Arbitrage Revenue Model
- Data Sales Revenue Model
- Transactional Revenue Model
- Rental or Leasing Revenue Model
- Borrow / Lending
- Product is Free, But Services Aren’t
- Direct Revenue Model
- Indirect Revenue Model
- Hybrid Revenue Models
- Markup Model
- Revenue Model Combinations
- Revenue Associated With Different Business Models
- Some Case Studies of Revenue Models
- Revenue Models Key Performance Indicators
- Tips for choosing your revenue model
- How To Write a Business Revenue Model
- How To Recognize Revenue Accurately?
Here’s an excerpt from this Super Guide:
“Revenue models are a fundamental part of successful business models. Whether you are a brick-and-mortar retail company or software as a service business, aiming to generate as much revenue as possible is critically important for your venture.
In very simple words, a revenue model is how a business makes money. It is a conceptual framework that includes every aspect of the revenue earning strategy, such as the value proposition (product/service), the revenue sources, the pricing and payment methods, and the target consumer.
Revenue can be generated from many sources and means. But the revenue model you chose will define how you can sell to your target audience, in order to build a profitable growth-oriented business.
Therefore, it is a core element of your business model.“
This is a must-have skill for entrepreneurs and business model analysts and consultants. If you want to dominate business models this super guide was made especially for you.