1000 members and traction after price increases

At some point last week the one thousandth person signed up to SongBox (number as I write is 1009). I'm pretty happy about it.

Also, I increased the price of my only paid plan a few weeks ago and was worried that I killed the business, but this week 2 new paid customers have come onboard organically (no advertising running anywhere). I changed the price from $8 to $15 per month.

For transparency... out of 1000-ish members just over 1% of that number is paying.


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    This is awesome. Congratulations, especially on raising rates and getting new customers still.

    What are some of your key usage metrics? Is it total minutes of music created? Total minutes listened to? That type of thing, or something else?

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      And just to clarify - not asking what the actual values are. I'm asking what usage metrics are most important to you in determining the growth of the product?

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