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  • How does DuckDuckGo make money

    How Does DuckDuckGo Make Money? [Business Model]

    How does DuckDuckGo make money? Back in 2008, when Google and Yahoo were the only two search engines, Gabriel Weinberg launched DuckDuckGo (DDG). He wanted to make search better by focusing completely on data privacy. So DDG does not collect any personal data whatsoever. How does Duckduckgo make money? DuckDuckGo makes money with keyword-based advertising,

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  • How does CRED make money

    CRED Business Model – How Does CRED Make Money?

    CRED rewards users for paying bills through the app. But what is the business model of CRED and how does CRED make money when it’s a free app? CRED Business Model – How does CRED make money? CRED makes money by charging a listing fee for products and offers that businesses wish to display to

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  • How does etrade make money

    How does ETrade Make Money? [Business Model]

    ETrade is one of the really well-known zero commission brokerages in the United States. But with no commissions for trading, how does ETrade make money? Sign up, add funds, and start trading. Sounds very simple, but what’s happening in the background, and what’s the company’s business model? How does E-Trade make money? E-Trade makes money

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About MoneyModels

What is MoneyModels?

MoneyModels is a glossary of insights, revenue models, and the foundational working of top businesses in different industries, especially SaaS.

I started my career in marketing a few years ago, but very recently (Jan 2021) decided to share my learnings in the form of this blog.

So this blog is a summary of all my learnings about the new businesses that I explore. Feel free to subscribe to the infrequent newsletter if you love to receive updates on these posts.

Who is this blog for?

I speak marketing and tech.

So, my writing will resonate with you best if you’re a “hacker”.

Someone who understands both marketing and product development.

If you’re a budding entrepreneur or someone who’s fascinated by the business world, you’ll feel right at home at MoneyModels.