Implement a freemium model that showcases the product’s value within the first 30 days, creating a meaningful impact when users transition to the lite version. Employ blockers to encourage conversion to a paid plan.
Provide free access to premium features for a limited time during the trial 30 day period. Create urgency to encourage users to explore and appreciate these features.
Introduce noticeable blockers in the lite version, limiting user capabilities. Restrict actions or content access to emphasize the benefits of the premium plan. Teachers can search and preview lessons, but once they go to assign they are hit with a blocker modal. Reports show limited information and lite users are not able to provide benchmark assessment data.
Data Insights and Analytics:
Offer comprehensive data insights during the trial; providing basic data in the lite version. Showcase the depth of analytics available in the premium plan, enticing users to upgrade.
Send periodic reminders to lite users about premium version benefits. Highlight current limitations and demonstrate how they can be overcome by upgrading.
Feedback and Surveys:
Solicit feedback from lite users on their experiences and missed features. Use input to refine the premium offering and address pain points for future conversions.