Posts Tagged ‘Subscription business model’

Netflix Shares Jump Close To 30% After Hours

Netflix Shares Jump

Netflix closed the fourth quarter in excellent fashion. They posted revenues and subscriber numbers significantly higher than estimates by analysts. Investors responded in after hours trading by driving the stock price up by 25 percent.

In its fourth-quarter 2012 Netflix earnings report, the company noticed a large revnue increase. One year ago,revenue was $876 milllion. This year, it was $945 million for the quarter. It also reported Netflix earnings of 13 cents share. That was well above analyst expectations for a loss of $0.12 a share.

As in previous quarters, much of Wall Street’s focus is on … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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Is the Netflix Free Trial Worth Trying?

Is the Netflix free trial worth trying? I get asked that question a lot. In fact, it’s been put to me so many times that I’ve decided to write an article to explain my stance on the situation. That way, the next time someone comes up and says, “Is the Netflix free trial worth trying?”, I can simply direct them here.

When you sign up for the Netflix free trial, you’ll receive a free membership to Netflix for the amount of time stated on their website. As of this writing, the free trial runs for 1 month. In other cases, … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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