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Revenue Models: The Advanced Guide To Revenue Modeling
Revenue modeling is a process of incorporating a sustainable financial model for revenue generation within a business modeldesign. Revenue modeling can help to understand what options make more sense in creating a digital business from scratch; alternatively, it can help in analyzing existing digital businesses and reverse engineer them.
For the sake of this guide, we’ll look at a key distinction: symmetrical vs. asymmetrical in several contexts. Remember that all classification methods have flaws and we can only take them into account as long as they help us better tune an existing business model.
I decided to use this classification, but any alternative classification works as long as we are able to grasp and understand the possibilities we have in terms of business modeldesign.
Symmetrical vs. Asymmetrical business models
Business models can be of various types. For that matter, there might be as many business models as the companies we have in the marketplace. In this guide, we’ll use as reference symmetry vs. asymmetry to distinguish across two main business models categories.
In this particular case, we’ll look at revenue modeling by keeping a key distinction between symmetry and asymmetry from three different perspectives.
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