Give your readers the ability to pay for articles one at a time. Publishers set their own price for content. You determine which articles are premium and which ones are free.
Our integrated subscriptions system allows your regular readers to get consistent access and give your occasional readers a path to upgrade. Subscriptions give the publishers the ability to send newsletters to draw readers back to your site.
Collect information about what your readers are reading, and what their micropayments data says about their spending habits.
Cofounder, CEO, Developer
Cofounder, CTO, CFO, Developer
Cofounder, System Architect, Developer
Enterprise Sales, Capital Raising
Founding Partner H2 Ventures
CEO FinTech Australia
Journalist, author and former startup CEO
After pitching 6 ideas to each other, we settled on the idea of Tapview. We lived together in a holiday house for 3 weeks while creating our minimum viable product.
We applied to and were admitted as a resident startup of Stone & Chalk, Australia's largest Fintech hub. Being part of this working space gives us access to relevant skills and contacts that have helped us succeed.
H2 Ventures invested $100K into our company for a 10% fully diluted stake, which implies a $1 million valuation. The H2 accelerator gave us fantastic guidance while building our business.
We were previously known as Zipsub. To avoid possible incursion into other trademarks and to make ourselves more memorable, we changed to Tapview.
Subscriptions are something that publishers wanted, and we listened. With a lot of hard work, we put together a comprehensive subscriptions system that makes us a one-stop-shop for content access management, from the smallest blog to the largest media conglomerate.
We have existing relationships with established publications and want to grow our business. To do that, we need salespeople, developers and support staff. Our aim is to raise up to $1.5M by the end of November.