Internet Marketing: Membership ideas for businesses

I’m yet to see a business that cannot have some kind of continuity program.

This week I found this article in Springwise on some fellow brazilians selling bread in a continuity program.

You can see that there are membership ideas everywhere:

Los Paderos is a Brazilian site that sends subscribers three loaves of fresh-made artisan bread each week.

Scarcely a week goes by without us discovering some fresh new application of the subscription model, and this week is no exception. The innovation this time? Los Paderos, a Brazilian site that sends subscribers three loaves of fresh-made artisan bread each week.

Los Paderos’ breads are made in a wide range of varieties, without preservatives and using natural fermentation processes. Rather than baking them all the way, however, Los Paderos sells its breads semi-finished and cooled. Customers can then store them in the fridge for up to two weeks; when they’re ready to use the bread, they simply finish baking it and enjoy it piping hot from their own oven. Subscribers get three loaves of their choice each week for a monthly price of BRL 60.

Is there any limit on the convenience and appeal of recurring home deliveries for frequently used products? We don’t think so either, and the added element of semi-baking for completion at home only adds to the appeal. How could a subscription model deliver some fresh stability and repeat business to your innovative brand?


How to create Membership programs that work

Over the years we have created quite a few revenue streams. The ones I like the most are our member based programs. We have membership sites, done 4 you services on continuity, micro-continuity etc.

What I like the most about them is the fact that I know ahead of time how much money is coming from these programs. These allow us to sleep at night and to have all the bills paid because of these programs. For a long time in my life I kept awake at night just thinking of what I would do to pay the bills on the next day.

But there are many other benefits.

Most offline businesses are not familiar with the concept of continuity programs or member based programs.

When we started promoting this week’s webcast I even got some e-mails from people saying this didn’t apply for their business. Funny enough, one of them was a guy that owns a Gym. What is his business model after all if not a member based business?

The fact is that your business is not different and online, offline or with both you can create membership programs that can bring another stream of revenue to your business or, if you want, can be run as a totally separate business.

It is this Thursday that we’ll give you the outline on how to create your own membership program. Don’t miss this one because it can bring a lot more profit into your new year.

Register at: Passive Income Bliss