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Usage-Based Pricing

Usage-Based Pricing

Some models charge customers when they use the product or service, rather than requiring them to buy something outright. The customers benefit because they incur costs only as offerings generate value; the company benefits because the number of customers is likely to grow.

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Growth Marketing is buzzy! Reforge does a great job of defining it here.

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