Day Trade For Good recently pledged to combine all earnings from its $10 Trader Lite signup fee for a GlobalGiving Coronavirus Relief Fund donation.
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Statement from Kevin Jones
“We chose $10 because it is an amount that is easy for people to come up with. At the same time, enough that they feel like they actually want to use the trial. It’s not something that is such a large amount that it’s overwhelming. But it’s not such a small amount that they feel like they don’t have to put any time behind it.
We’re looking for commitment. We’re looking for people who actually want to put effort in so that we can create the best possible scenario with our product and with that customer.
We do $10 for the trial because we want people to experience our product fully before they actually make any larger commitment. The intention there is for them to be able to look behind the curtain without a whole lot of risk and decide if this is actually something they want to take on. We have a lot of people who don’t take it on. A lot of people who say no, and we’re okay with that. Because what we end up with is a customer who’s really interested in using our product to better their life.”