If you have a development team, you might be considering building a paywall in-house. Why should you use a paywall solution instead? Here are our top reasons why you should use a no-code paywall solution for your subscription app business.
When coding a paywall, you spend a lot of time staring at lines of code and not a lot of time focusing on the layout and design. With a no-code paywall builder, you get to skip right to designing and editing colors and copy live.
Industry best practices for paywalls are constantly changing. Rather than spending days of development on 1 paywall design and being hesitant to change it, use a solution that is continually evolving and adding new components and layouts.
Nami’s no-code paywall builder has dozens of paywall designs available out of the box. And we are always adding more designs that require no development time to add to your app.
The Apple App Store requires your mobile app to go through review each time you submit an update. While review often goes smoothly, your app update can get delayed for everything from long review times to new guidelines that require big product changes. According to Apple, “...forty percent of apps or updates submitted to Apple are rejected...” - CNBC, Inside Apple’s team that greenlights iPhone apps for the App Store
40% percent of apps or updates submitted to Apple are rejected
With a no-code paywall builder you can make big and small changes that go live immediately without the hassle.
When you want to grow your app revenue, you need to optimize paywall conversion rate. To do this, you need to make frequent updates and enhancements to your paywall and purchase funnel. If you are always relying on development to make change, testing grinds to a halt.
With Nami’s no-code paywall builder, you can create 2 variants of the same paywall in minutes. Then use our campaign view to set up a one-click A/B test with customizable split and audience filtering. When your campaign goes live, your app audience immediately starts getting the test paywalls.
When you are coding your own paywall, analytics are often the last thing on your mind. But without data telling you if users are viewing or purchasing from a paywall, you are in the dark about paywall performance. Choose instead a no-code paywall solution that has a full package of analytics. Nami analytics are specifically designed to give you the fullest picture of how your app is performing.
Use a no-code paywall builder to build paywalls live, experiment with new paywall designs, avoid App Store review delays, test faster, and get built-in analytics.
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