With the number of subscription boxes growing daily, the small community of subscription box bloggers can’t keep up. These bloggers, like you, are running a business and depend on the income from their blog. Because they receive an upfront commission from Cratejoy for each subscriber they acquire, they prioritize Cratejoy subscription boxes.
While this may be discouraging, this eliminates a lot of risk for your business. See the chart below:
|Scenario 1: Merchant not on Marketplace||Scenario 2: Merchant on Marketplace|
|Box Price: $40 per month||Box Price: $40 per month|
|Cost to Aquire Customer (CAC): $50||Cost to Aquire Customer (CAC): $50|
|Seller Upfront Cost: $50||Seller Upfront Cost: $0|
|Cratejoy Upfront Cost: $0||Cratejoy Upfront Cost: $50|
|Seller Upfront Risk: 100%||Seller Upfront Risk: 0%|
|Subscriber cancels immediately and requests a full refund. Cost to Seller remains $50||Subscriber cancels immediately and requests a full refund. Costs to Merchant is $0|
|Subscriber cancels after one month, cost to Seller remains $50||Subscriber cancels after one month, Cost to Seller is $4 (10%)|
|Subscriber cancels after six months, cost to merchant remains $50||Subscriber cancels after six months, cost to Merchant is $24 (10% for each active month)|
One of the many benefits of the Cratejoy Marketplace is that we are dedicated to marketing your box for you. One of those marketing efforts is partnering with bloggers, which is why they link to your marketplace page rather than your direct link.