Single Operated Newsletter – Is It Better Than A SaaS?
Software as a service (SaaS) is a software distribution model in which a cloud provider hosts applications and makes them available to end users over the internet. In this model, an independent software vendor (ISV) may contract a third-party cloud provider to host the application.
SaaS differs from the traditional model because the software (application) is already installed and configured. This reduces the time spent on installation and configuration and can reduce the issues that get in the way of the software deployment.
SaaS offerings are easy to use since they already come with baked-in best practices and samples. Users can do proof-of-concept and test the software functionality or a new release feature in advance. Also, you can have more than one instance with different versions and do a smooth migration. Even for large environments, you can use SaaS offerings to test the software before buying.
Let’s see how a Single Operated Newsletter (S.O.N.?) stacks up against a SaaS venture.
Reduced time to benefit
You already have rabid fans in place for your S.O.N. content. There are millions of them. And you only need a small amount to see the benefit of cash flow.
100 subscribers paying $30 a month will generate $3,000 a month and, perhaps, release you from a boss, and a job, that you dislike. (Plus, you do this without the heavy cost of programmers, software, or installation).
Despite all of the social media hype, more sales transactions are still being done via email. This makes a Single Operated Newsletter the best vehicle for your online wealth creation. A Single Operated Newsletter is cheap. A Single Operated Newsletter is easy to track. A Single Operated Newsletter lets you track your best customers and prospects, to focus on your marketing on them.
A Single Operated Newsletter can be set to run on auto-pilot giving you the ability to truly earn passive income.
Scalability and integration
100 subscribers paying $30 a month will generate $3,000 a month and, perhaps, release you from a boss, and a job, that you dislike. And adding hundreds of more subscribers to your loyal reader base is an easy enough thing to do. PaidLetter.com can show you how to do just that.
New releases (upgrades)
You can create a S.O.N. for as many curation niches as you want.
Plus each client only pays a modest fee for your subscription service ($10 to $50 a month) which tackles the issue of attrition.