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On today’s episode we discuss the recent changes with TextExpander and their customers’ response to those changes. We ponder the nature of recurring payments, try to construct a theory of when recurring payments are acceptable to customers, and examine the unique obstacles that TextExpander faced in changing their pricing model as an already existing product with an established brand and reputation.
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Show Notes and Links
- The New TextExpander by Smile Software
- Built-in Text Replacements vs. TextExpander – Joe’s initial thoughts on the TextExpander changes
- TextExpander Release Follow-up by Smile Software